QPot: An R Package for Stochastic Differential Equation Quasi-Potential Analysis. QPot is an R package for analyzing two-dimensional systems of stochastic differential equations. It provides users with a wide range of tools to simulate, analyze, and visualize the dynamics of these systems. One of QPot’s key features is the computation of the quasi-potential, an important tool for studying stochastic systems. Quasi-potentials are particularly useful for comparing the relative stabilities of equilibria in systems with alternative stable states. This paper describes QPot’s primary functions, and explains how quasi-potentials can yield insights about the dynamics of stochastic systems. Three worked examples guide users through the application of QPot’s functions.
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- Dahiya, Daisy; Cameron, Maria: Ordered line integral methods for computing the quasi-potential (2018)
- Dahiya, Daisy; Cameron, Maria: An ordered line integral method for computing the quasi-potential in the case of variable anisotropic diffusion (2018)
- Christopher M. Moore, Christopher R. Stieha, Ben C. Nolting, Maria K. Cameron, Karen C. Abbott: QPot: An R Package for Stochastic Differential Equation Quasi-Potential Analysis (2015) arXiv