ch1, ch2, ., ch11for figures in 11 chapters.
The first lines in each source-script file gives the figure name, the bib-codes for data-sources and the names of the output files as used in the DEB-book. This info is used for maintenance purposes.
If you run several figures, you might need to clear previous plots with
fig, which requires a character string as input, with a chapter and a figure number, separated by a dot. If this figure has code, it runs the code, which is in one of the subdirectories ch1, ch2, ., ch11 and gives the page number of the DEB book as output. Many routines give details on parameter values, standard deviations and produce output during the search for the best fitting parameters.
To view the code, first inspect function
fig to learn the name of the source function in one of the subdirectories, then inspect that function.
So the code for figure
'1.7' can be found in
This code typically calls other functions, which are either in that subdirectory, or in sister directories of
Support exists for the following figures
Example of use:
fig('1.7') to run figure
7 of chapter