Something is odd.
clearance max (
clearance min (
0.522) are supposed to be constant throughout my simulation, so they should be straight lines, which they are. The strange thing is when plotting them, the y axis are much larger than they need to be.
I am using Julia 1.4.2 and
Plots.jl and all my other graphs look normal. Is it possible to have non-recorded (invisible) values of
clearance max and
clearance min that confuse Julia (now I sound like a conspiracy theorist)? This occurs even if I restart Julia and it is the first plot I make.
I can’t provide a MWE but I suspect the problem may lie with this nested part of my differential equation. Even though it is designed to prevent the clearance rate from going over
clearance max, it still does.
if clearance_V_type == 4 if (revenue - cost_F) > 0.0 limit = clearance_max effect = abs(max(0.0, (limit - clearance_V))) else limit = clearance_min effect = abs(min(0.0, (limit - clearance_V))) end dB[num_nutrient+num_plant+num_animal+num_vessel_types+1] = 365.25*µ*(revenue - cost_F)*effect clearance_V = bioS[num_nutrient+num_plant+num_animal+num_vessel_types+1] global db_clearance = dB[num_nutrient+num_plant+num_animal+num_vessel_types+1] # this is global because unfortunately I need it in the global scope so I can save the value end