`R/MizerParams-class.R`

`MizerParams-class.Rd`

Although it is possible to build a `MizerParams`

object by hand it is
not recommended and several constructors are available. Dynamic simulations
are performed using `project()`

function on objects of this class. As a
user you should never need to access the slots inside a `MizerParams`

object
directly.

The MizerParams class is fairly complex with a large number of
slots, many of which are multidimensional arrays. The dimensions of these
arrays is strictly enforced so that `MizerParams`

objects are consistent
in terms of number of species and number of size classes.

The `MizerParams`

class does not hold any dynamic information, e.g.
abundances or harvest effort through time. These are held in
MizerSim objects.

`w`

The size grid for the fish part of the spectrum. An increasing vector of weights (in grams) running from the smallest egg size to the largest asymptotic size.

`dw`

The widths (in grams) of the size bins

`w_full`

The size grid for the full size range including the resource spectrum. An increasing vector of weights (in grams) running from the smallest resource size to the largest asymptotic size of fish. The last entries of the vector have to be equal to the content of the w slot.

`dw_full`

The width of the size bins for the full spectrum. The last entries have to be equal to the content of the dw slot.

`w_min_idx`

A vector holding the index of the weight of the egg size of each species

`maturity`

An array (species x size) that holds the proportion of individuals of each species at size that are mature. This enters in the calculation of the spawning stock biomass with

`getSSB()`

. Set with`setReproduction()`

.`psi`

An array (species x size) that holds the allocation to reproduction for each species at size, \(\psi_i(w)\). Changed with

`setReproduction()`

.`intake_max`

An array (species x size) that holds the maximum intake for each species at size. Changed with

`setMaxIntakeRate()`

.`search_vol`

An array (species x size) that holds the search volume for each species at size. Changed with

`setSearchVolume()`

.`metab`

An array (species x size) that holds the metabolism for each species at size. Changed with

`setMetabolicRate()`

.`mu_b`

An array (species x size) that holds the external mortality rate \(\mu_{b.i}(w)\). Changed with

`setExtMort()`

.`pred_kernel`

An array (species x predator size x prey size) that holds the predation coefficient of each predator at size on each prey size. If this is NA then the following two slots will be used. Changed with

`setPredKernel()`

.`ft_pred_kernel_e`

An array (species x log of predator/prey size ratio) that holds the Fourier transform of the feeding kernel in a form appropriate for evaluating the encounter rate integral. If this is NA then the

`pred_kernel`

will be used to calculate the available energy integral. Changed with`setPredKernel()`

.`ft_pred_kernel_p`

An array (species x log of predator/prey size ratio) that holds the Fourier transform of the feeding kernel in a form appropriate for evaluating the predation mortality integral. If this is NA then the

`pred_kernel`

will be used to calculate the integral. Changed with`setPredKernel()`

.`rr_pp`

A vector the same length as the w_full slot. The size specific growth rate of the resource spectrum. Changed with

`setResource()`

.`cc_pp`

A vector the same length as the w_full slot. The size specific carrying capacity of the resource spectrum. Changed with

`setResource()`

.`resource_dynamics`

Name of the function for projecting the resource abundance density by one timestep. The default is

`resource_semichemostat()`

. Changed with`setResource()`

.`other_dynamics`

A named list of functions for projecting the values of other dynamical components of the ecosystem that may be modelled by a mizer extensions you have installed. The names of the list entries are the names of those components.

`other_encounter`

A named list of functions for calculating the contribution to the encounter rate from each other dynamical component.

`other_mort`

A named list of functions for calculating the contribution to the mortality rate from each other dynamical components.

`other_params`

A list containing the parameters needed by any mizer extensions you may have installed to model other dynamical components of the ecosystem.

`rates_funcs`

A named list with the names of the functions that should be used to calculate the rates needed by

`project()`

. By default this will be set to the names of the built-in rate functions.`sc`

`species_params`

A data.frame to hold the species specific parameters. See

`newMultispeciesParams()`

for details.`gear_params`

Data frame with parameters for gear selectivity. See

`setFishing()`

for details.`interaction`

The species specific interaction matrix, \(\theta_{ij}\). Changed with

`setInteraction()`

.`selectivity`

An array (gear x species x w) that holds the selectivity of each gear for species and size, \(S_{g,i,w}\). Changed with

`setFishing()`

.`catchability`

An array (gear x species) that holds the catchability of each species by each gear, \(Q_{g,i}\). Changed with

`setFishing()`

.`initial_effort`

A vector containing the initial fishing effort for each gear. Changed with

`setFishing()`

.`initial_n`

An array (species x size) that holds the initial abundance of each species at each weight.

`initial_n_pp`

A vector the same length as the w_full slot that describes the initial resource abundance at each weight.

`initial_n_other`

A list with the initial abundances of all other ecosystem components. Has length zero if there are no other components.

`resource_params`

List with parameters for resource. See

`setResource()`

.`A`

`linecolour`

A named vector of colour values, named by species. Used to give consistent colours in plots.

`linetype`

A named vector of linetypes, named by species. Used to give consistent line types in plots.

`ft_mask`

An array (species x w_full) with zeros for weights larger than the asymptotic weight of each species. Used to efficiently minimize wrap-around errors in Fourier transform calculations.