plot the response of an occupancy model to the change of aparticular variable

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Description

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.

Usage

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responseplot.occu(batch, spp, variable)

Arguments

batch

A result from the batchoccu function.

spp

The species number of which response is going to be ploted.

variable

The variable of which the response is to be ploted.

Value

a ggplot object plotting the alpha diversity response to the selected variable.

Author(s)

Derek Corcoran <derek.corcoran.barrios@gmail.com>

See Also

batchoccu

Examples

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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)