amt_start starts the AMT. This command must be run before using any of the function in the AMT.
amt_start('install') queries the user for yes/no to download and install all available third-party toolboxes. Then, it executes amt_mex to compile the binaries on the system.
AMT uses cache to store precalculated results because some of the AMT functions require a large processing time. Depending on the machine and the model, it might take even days. The global cache mode is controlled on start-up of the AMT. To change the global cache mode choose a flags:
|Use cached package as far as possible. This is default. This is kind of demonstration mode and very convenient for fast access of results like plotting figures. This option, however, may by-pass the actual processing and thus does not always test the actual functionality of a model. If the cached package locally not available, downloaded from the internet. If remotely not available, enforce recalculation.
|Enforce to use cached package. If the cached package is locally not available, it will be downloaded from the internet. If it is remotely not available, an error will be thrown.
|Enforce the recalculation of the package. This option actually tests the calculations.
|Package will be recalculated when locally not available. Do not connect to the internet.
Many AMT functions support the cache mode as input flag in order to overwrite the global cache mode. Seefor more details.
Most of the models require auxiliary data, i.e., auxdata. The download URL for the auxiliary data is given by amt_auxdataurl and corresponding previous versions of the AMT (auxdata is versioned). The AMT will download auxdata on-demand and cache in the auxdata directory. If you want to run the AMT offline, download the auxiliary data first. Seefor more details.
The display of the messages to the command line can be controlled by one of the following flags:
|All output will be displayed. This is default.
|starts the AMT in the documentation compiling mode. The output of calculation progress will be suppressed.
|All output will be suppressed.
Display of text in the AMT is handled by. See for more details.
The AMT is a MULTIPLE-licenses software: Most of the files are licensed under the GPL version 3.0, but some files are licensed differently. Each file contains a separate license boilerplate showing the actual license. For models being NOT under GPL3, the boilerplate is displayed on their first run. If no license message is displayed, the model is licensed under the GPL3. The information about the license of a model can be shown by.