plot the response of an occupancy model to the change of aparticular variable
This function takes a batchoccupancy object and one of the variables used to predict occupacy, and makes a plot showing the response of occupancyt against the selected variable. This function automatically limits the values of that variable to the maximum and minimum values of the dataset.
responseplot.occu(batch, spp, variable)
A result from the batchoccu function.
The species number of which response is going to be ploted.
The variable of which the response is to be ploted.
a ggplot object plotting the alpha diversity response to the selected variable.
Derek Corcoran <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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## Not run: data("IslandBirds") data("Daily_Cov") data("siteCov") BirdOccupancy <-batchoccu(pres = IslandBirds, sitecov = siteCov, obscov = Daily_Cov, spp = 5, form = ~ Day + Wind + Rime + Noise + Clouds ~ Elev + AgroFo + SecVec + Wetland) #plot the response of occupancy to individual variables for species 4 and 5 responseplot.occu(batch = BirdOccupancy, spp = 4, variable = Elev) responseplot.occu(batch = BirdOccupancy, spp = 5, variable = Elev) ## End(Not run)