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The output from Monte Carlo or
SetPoints simulations is a
tab-delimited text file with one row for each run (i.e., parameter set)
and one column for each parameter and output in the order specified.
Thus each line of the output file is in the following order:
<# of run> <parameters> <outputs for Exp 1> <outputs for Exp2> ...
The parameters are printed in the order they were sampled or set.
The first line gives the column headers. A variable called name requested for output in an experiment i at a time j is labeled name_i.j.
The output of Markov chain Monte Carlo simulations is also a text file with one row for each run. It displays a column of iteration labels, and one column for each parameter sampled. The last three columns contain respectively, the sum of the logarithms of each parameter's density given its parents' values (`LnPrior'), the logarithm of the data likelihood (`LnData'), and the sum of the previous two values (`LnPosterior'). The first line gives the column headers. On this line, parameters names are tagged with a code identifying their position in the hierarchy defined by the Level statements. For example, the second instance of a parameter called name placed at the fist level of the hierarchy is labeled name(2); the first instance of the same parameter placed at the second instance of the second level of the hierarchy is labeled name(2.1), etc.
The tab-delimited file can easily be imported into your favorite spreadsheet, graphic or statistical package for further analysis.
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