Mortality rates in a cohort model depending on creation time of the cohort

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moudi
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Re: Mortality rates in a cohort model depending on creation time of the cohort

Postby moudi » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:25 am

Hi

I implemented a most basic structure including incidence of coronary heart disease and incidence of high blood pressure (no real figures, only piping and plumbing). This model would work. However, the question is if from a programming point of view there is a serious concern against this solution?

Best regards

CohortPopGroups3 fixup mortality group basic.zip
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venacar
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Re: Mortality rates in a cohort model depending on creation time of the cohort

Postby venacar » Wed Jun 14, 2017 8:11 pm

moundi, thank you for your model. It is very useful and it helped me a lot. You should have a lot of knowledges to use all codes just like playing an easy game

moudi
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Re: Mortality rates in a cohort model depending on creation time of the cohort

Postby moudi » Thu Jun 22, 2017 9:14 am

Hi

A model has been created where as suggested above the mortality rates of each cohort with CHD depend a) on the age of the cohort and b) on the time since the event. Two models are uploaded here. In the second model (Test Group Cohort1r) the cohorts are deleted if population falls below a minimum value, in the first model (Test Group Cohort1q), this element has not been included. The first model (1q) behaves smoothly towards the end of the simulation period, whereas the second one (1r) shows irregularities and even wrong behavior.
I would be very happy to receive a hint, what the problem could be with the second model.

Best regards

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