Performance metric (PMs) methods for your management strategy evaluation.

## Usage

```
P10(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 0.1, Yrs = NULL)
P50(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 0.5, Yrs = NULL)
P100(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 1, Yrs = NULL)
PNOF(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 1, Yrs = NULL)
LTY(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 0.5, Yrs = -10)
STY(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 0.5, Yrs = 10)
Yield(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 1, Yrs = NULL)
PGK(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 1, Yrs = NULL)
AAVY(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 0.2, Yrs = NULL)
AAVE(MSEobj = NULL, Ref = 0.2, Yrs = NULL)
```

## Details

Performance Metric definitions:

`P10` | Probability B > 0.1 BMSY |

`P50` | Probability B > 0.5 BMSY |

`P100` | Probability B > BMSY |

`PNOF` | Probability F < FMSY |

`LTY` | Probability Long-Term Yield > 0.5 Relative Yield |

`STY` | Probability Short-Term Yield > 0.5 Relative Yield |

`AAVY` | Probability AAVY < 0.2 (Average Annual Variability in Yield) |

`AAVE` | Probability AAVE < 0.2 (Average Annual Variability in Effort) |

`Yield` | Average Yield (relative to Reference Yield) |

Argument `Ref`

provides the ratio relative to the reference point for calculating
the performance metric. For biomass-based PMs (`P10`

, `P50`

, `P100`

), this is the fraction of
BMSY. For `PNOF`

, the fraction of FMSY. For `Yield`

(and `LTY`

/`STY`

), the fraction of the
Reference Yield. For `AAVY`

is it the maximum acceptable variability in yield (i.e, default
for `AAVY`

is `Ref=0.2`

)

The `Yrs`

argument defines the number of years to calculate the performance statistic over.
A value of `NULL`

, the default for `AAVY`

, `AAVE`

, `P10`

, `P50`

, `P100`

, and `PNOF`

, means that the
performance metric is calculated over all projection years. A numeric vector of length two is used
to specify the first and last year, e.g, if `Yrs=c(1,10)`

the performance statistic is calculated
over the first 10 projection years. A numeric vector of length one with positive or negative value
respectively can be used to specify the first *x* or last *x* years, e.g, `Yrs=10`

is first 10 years,
and `Yrs=-10`

is the last 10 years. See `ChkYrs`

for more details.

By default Long-Term Yield (`LTY`

) is the Yield in the last ten years of the projection period in the MSE,
and Short-Term Yield (`STY`

) is that in the first 10 years of the projection period.

## Examples

```
if (FALSE) { # \dontrun{
myMSE <- runMSE()
P10(myMSE)
P50(myMSE)
P100(myMSE)
PNOF(myMSE)
LTY(myMSE)
STY(myMSE)
AAVY(myMSE)
AAVE(myMSE)
Yield(myMSE)
} # }
```