BEAST v2.6.7 Documentation: beast.core.State

The state represents the current point in the state space, and maintains values of a set of StateNodes, such as parameters and trees. Furthermore, the state manages which parts of the model need to be stored/restored and notified that recalculation is appropriate.


stateNode, storeEvery


type: beast.core.StateNode***
anything that is part of the state
Optional input


type: java.lang.Integer
store the state to disk every X number of samples so that we can resume computation later on if the process failed half-way.
Optional input. Default: -1