|Minimum Debug Level||Statement||Meaning</td></tr>
|0||Currently working on
|0||Log Likelihood for current parameters.
|0||The amount by which the
Newton-Raphson method predicts that the next point will be better than
the current one (Assuming that the step-size is not changed by other
factors). Ignore the sign of this value.
|0||The modulus of the difference
between the current parameters and the next parameters.
site likelihoods are computed separately. Computing them in different
threads can improve speed. However, it increases memory usage, and
there are more danger of bugs.
|2||This is a
normalised dot product rather than an angle. It gives the dot product
between the direction suggested by Newton-Raphson and the direction of
steepest descent. Generally, values close to 1 or -1 indicate circular
contours, which should lead to good convergence. Values close to 0
indicate elongated contours which can indicate ill-conditioned
parameters. Positive values indicate the program is converging towards
a maximum; negative values indicate it is moving away from a minimum.
|2||The sum of squares of all current
parameter values. This gives an idea of the large-scale movement of