inst/shiny-examples/ARPsimulator/markdown/Behavioral_parameters.md

Baseline behavioral parameters

In order to make effective use of the ARPsimulator, you will have to have some idea about the baseline characteristics of the behavior you are trying to measure. The simulator provides models for two different types of behaviors, called event behaviors and state behaviors:

To use the tool, you will first need to choose which type of behavior to simulate. (Usually this shouldn't be to hard to decide.) The further choices you will need to make are contingent on the type of behavior you want to simulate. Select the appropriate option from the first drop-down menu in column one of the simulator. Then read further about the inputs for event behaviors or for state behaviors.

Event behaviors

If you are simulating an event behavior, you will need to input two further pieces of information.

State behaviors

If you are simulating a state behavior, you will need to input three further pieces of information.



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ARPobservation documentation built on May 1, 2021, 1:08 a.m.