As a user you should never have to access the slots of a MizerSim object
directly. Instead there are a range of functions to extract the information.
NResource() return arrays with the saved abundances of
the species and the resource population at size respectively.
returns the fishing effort of each gear through time.
getTimes() returns the vector of times at which simulation results
were stored and
idxFinalT() returns the index with which to access
specifically the value at the final time in the arrays returned by the other
getParams() returns the
MizerParams object that was
project(). There are also several
summary_functions and plotting_functions
available to explore the contents of a
The arrays all have named dimensions. The names of the
denote the time in years. The names of the
w dimension are weights in grams
rounded to three significant figures. The names of the
sp dimension are the
same as the species name in the order specified in the species_params data
frame. The names of the
gear dimension are the names of the gears, in the
same order as specified when setting up the
Extensions of mizer can use the
n_other slot to store the abundances of
other ecosystem components and these extensions should provide their own
functions for accessing that information.
MizerSim class has changed since previous versions of mizer. To use
MizerSim object created by a previous version, you need to upgrade it
An object of type MizerParams.
Three-dimensional array (time x species x size) that stores the projected community number densities.
An array (time x size) that stores the projected resource number densities.
A list array (time x component) that stores the projected values for other ecosystem components.
An array (time x gear) that stores the fishing effort by time and gear.