For more information on the structure of these files, see Configuration file.
The topics in this section contain only parameters available when using the HIV simulation type. Some parameters may appear in multiple categories.
Parameters are case-sensitive. For Boolean parameters, set to 1 for true or 0 for false. Minimum, maximum, or default values of “NA” indicate that those values are not applicable for that parameter.
EMOD does not use true defaults; that is, if the dependency relationships indicate that a parameter is required, you must supply a value for it. However, many of the tools used to work with EMOD will use the default values provided below.
JSON format does not permit comments, but you can add “dummy” parameters to add contextual information to your files. Any keys that are not EMOD parameter names will be ignored by the model.
- Enable or disable features
- General disease
- Geography and environment
- Infectivity and transmission
- Input files
- Mortality and survival
- Output settings
- Population dynamics
- Relationships and pair formation
- Scalars and multipliers
- Simulation setup
- Weibull distributions