Herd Immunity

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herd immunity 

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;; *******************************************************Disclaimer: Please Read*******************************************************
;; Parts of this models were derived from and inspired by other models and we would like to give credit to those who created them. 
;;     
;;     Virus model:
;;       Wilensky, U. (1998). NetLogo Virus model. http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/models/Virus. 
;;          Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, 
;;          Northwestern University, Evanston, IL3
;;
;;     AIDS model:
;;       Wilensky, U. (1997). NetLogo AIDS model. http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/models/AIDS. 
;;          Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, 
;;          Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
;;
;;     Wolf Sheep Predication:
;;       Wilensky, U. (1997). NetLogo Wolf Sheep Predation model. http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/models/WolfSheepPredation.
;;          Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling, Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, 
;;          Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
;;
;; This model is designed to represent herd immunity in a population of varying vaccination levels.
;;*******************************************************Disclaimer: Please Read*******************************************************





;; Version 2.7



turtles-own
[infected
  healthy-vaccinated
  healthy-unvaccinated
  healthy-previously-infected
  infected-count ;; how many days the turtles have been infected
  infected-period ]


breed[unvaccinated-people]
breed[vaccinated-people]
breed[vectors-for-infection]
breed[previously-infected-people-healthy] ;; incoperate this one somehow, will not be in intial set up as it cannot occur with out recovery

globals
[carrying-capacity]

to setup
  clear-all
  setup-turtles-vaccinated
  setup-turtles-healty-unvaccinated
  set-up-initial-vectors-for-transmission
  setup-constants
  reset-ticks
end 

to setup-turtles-vaccinated
  set-default-shape vaccinated-people "person"
  create-vaccinated-people ((population-size - Initial-infected) * (vaccination-levels / 100))
  [setxy random-xcor random-ycor
   set size 2]
  ask Vaccinated-people [be-healthy-Vac.]
end 

to setup-turtles-healty-unvaccinated
  set-default-shape unvaccinated-people "person"
  create-unvaccinated-people ((population-size - Initial-infected) * ((100 - vaccination-levels) / 100))
  [setxy random-xcor random-ycor
  set size 2]
  ask unvaccinated-people [be-healty-unvaccinated]
end 

to set-up-initial-vectors-for-transmission
  set-default-shape vectors-for-infection "person"
  create-vectors-for-infection initial-infected
  [setxy random-xcor random-ycor
   set size 2]
  ask vectors-for-infection [be-infected]
end 

to be-infected
  set infected true
  set healthy-vaccinated false
  set healthy-unvaccinated false
  set color red
end 

to be-Healthy-Vac.
  set infected false
  set healthy-vaccinated true
  set healthy-unvaccinated false
  set color green
end  

to be-healty-unvaccinated
  set infected false
  set healthy-vaccinated false
  set healthy-unvaccinated true
  set color grey
end 

to setup-constants
  set carrying-capacity population-size
end 


To go
  tick
  move
  infect
  durration-of-infection
  ask turtles
  [if infected [recover-or-die]]
end 

to move
  ask turtles
  [rt random 179
  lt random 179
  fd People-Movement]
end 

to durration-of-infection
  ask turtles
  [if infected
  [set infected-count (infected-count + .225)]]
end 

to infect ;; this peice of code comes from the virus model cite Author later*****
 ask turtles with [infected]
    [ ask other turtles-here with [healthy-unvaccinated]
        [ if (random-float 100) < infectiousness
            [be-infected ] ] ]
end 

To recover-or-die
  if infected-count > duration-of-infectious-period                    
    [ ifelse random-float 100 < chance-of-recovery   
      [ be-now-healthy-previously-infected ]
      [ die ] ]
end 

to be-now-healthy-previously-infected
     set infected false
     set healthy-vaccinated false
     set healthy-unvaccinated false
     set healthy-previously-infected true
     set color yellow
end 

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