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Collection of methods for producing random walks in two-dimensional space outputting position coordinates in data frames, including alternatives for grid and non-grid space. In R, it uses tidyverse "tibble" to construct the data frames that store trajectories.

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Collection of methods for producing random walks in two-dimensional space outputting position coordinates in data frames, including alternatives for grid and non-grid space. In R, it uses tidyverse "tibble" to construct the data frames that store trajectories.

Name | Type | Description |
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initialX, initialY | float (numeric) | initial position x and y coordinates. |

Name | Type | Description |
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trajectory | data frame | A dataframe (tibble in R) with three columns holding numeric variables (named "steps", "X", and "Y") where each row correspond to the index and xy coordinates of a step in a random walk. |

Language

- R

Modelling

- agent behaviour (self)

Module type

- Algorithm

Programming

- Functional
- Nondeterministic

Subject

- random walk

Keywords

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AA

Andreas Angourakis

Contributor

JG

Jose M. Galan

Author, Copyright Holder, Creator