sircovid implements a series of mechanistic models to help modelling the transmission of the SARS-Cov-2 virus using stochastic compartmental models.
sircovid also provides some tools to perfom Bayesian evidence synthesis from several surveillance data streams through the estimation of transmission parameters.
Please note that whilst this code is free to use and adapt, Imperial College London does not endorse the outputs, results, or conclusions drawn from the implementation of this model to other settings. While we encourage the use and modification of our model for research and scientific purposes please do not refer to such results as the “Imperial model” or similar unless referring to specific use in publications by Imperial College researchers.
The model is constantly in flux and we make no effort to keep things backward compatible, nor do we have the capacity to provide support (including installation support). This package is being closely developed with dust and mcstate often requiring simultaneous upgrades. The minimum version number noted in the
DESCRIPTION is a good starting place - be sure that versions match or sircovid will likely not compile.
Install from the ncov drat:
or install directly from GitHub with:
remotes::install_github("mrc-ide/sircovid", upgrade = FALSE)
We use OpenMP for parallelism, and this may not be available on your system. If not then compilation will fail with an error like:
: error: unsupported option '-fopenmp' clang1]: *** [basic.o] Error 1 make[: compilation failed for package ‘sircovid’ERROR
You can either install OpenMP support, or edit your personal
Makevars file to tell R that you do not have it. To do this, you can run
and add the lines
after which compilation will succeed, but the model will only run on one core.
odin.dust::odin_dust_package(here::here())from the root directory, which will generate updated files
src/lancelot.cpp, along with