SSAMean xSSA Home

Needs["xSSA`"];

Return Value

SSAMean[{s1, s2, ...}] returns mean and standard deviations of the simulations as a function of time. Statistics are based on linear interpolation, and not the precise value of the species at any given time point. For example, if in a particular instantiation X=49 from t=0 to 10, and then changes to 50 at t=10, the value used at t=5 that will be used from that instantiation will be 49.5 and not 49.

(It is planned to add the option to use the exact (rather than intepolated) value in a future release.)

SSAMean returns the following lists of interpolating functions:

{"Means"→list of interpolating functions,
"StandardDeviations"→list of interpolating functions,
"MeanPlusSigma"→list of interpolating functions,
"MeanPlus2Sigma"→list of interpolating functions,
"MeanPlus3Sigma"→list of interpolating functions,
"MeanMinusSigma"→list of interpolating functions,
"MeanMinus2Sigma"→list of interpolating functions,
"MeanMinus3Sigma"→list of interpolating functions
}

Each list of interpolating function has a format similar to

{v1→InterpolatingFunction[{{tmin, tmax}}, "<>"],
v2→InterpolatingFunction[{{tmin, tmax}}, "<>"],
v2→InterpolatingFunction[{{tmin, tmax}}, "<>"], ..}

where v1, v2, v3, .. are the variables in the simulation.

Options

Example

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Implementation Notes

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[2009-06-21T16:45:43-0700 ]