I aim to provide working software for the methods I develop, and more recently to provide replication material for publications. This is a list of what's available so far. Except for the SUMMER package, I have led the teams creating this software, but in many cases, other individuals are primarily responsible for writing and maintaining it.
Software has been developed to implement InSilicoVA including R packages and universal executables delivered in a Docker container. This is openVA and has been developed by a team including Richard Li, Jason Thomas, Peter Choi, Tyler McCormick, and myself, with increasing help from Yue Chu.
Key VA Software
- Main openVA site
- openVA R Package
- openVA App
- Video for installation of openVA App
- Video for example analysis using openVA App
Supporting VA Software
- InterVA4: Replicate and Analyse 'InterVA4'
- InterVA5: Replicate and Analyse 'InterVA5'
- InSilicoVA: Probabilistic Verbal Autopsy Coding with 'InSilicoVA' Algorithm
- CrossVA: Verbal Autopsy Data Transformation for InSilicoVA and InterVA5 Algorithms
- Tariff: Replicate Tariff Method for Verbal Autopsy
- Model Verbal Autopsy (VA) Algorithms
Replication Material for SVD-Comp Mortality Model
Replication Material for COVID-19 Prevalence Method
- Bayes Prevalence: Bayesian, model-based method to estimate prevalence of COVID-19 from survey with multiple imperfect tests
Small-area Estimates from Complex Survey Data
This project started off with me and has since become one of Jon Wakefield's main activities, and he has led work on the SUMMER package. Richard Li is primarily responsible for the code.