Using ode() from the deSolve Package in R

My latest adventures have revolved around solving ordinary differential equations (ODE’s), for the most part, in R. To do this, I’ve been using the ode() function from the deSolve package. In the next step of what I’m trying to do, though, it seems I need dede() for delayed differential equations.

From what I understand, you can pass non-delayed functions to dede(), which is just what I need. I have a system of equations that incorporates both delayed and non-delayed equations, so I think to solve the delayed, the whole thing needs to be in dede().

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