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Parameters for all known standard weight equations.

A data frame with observations on the following 13 variables:

- species
Species name.

- units
Units of measurements.

`Metric`

uses lengths in mm and weight in grams.`English`

uses lengths in inches and weight in pounds.- type
Type of equation (

`linear`

or`quadratic`

).- ref
Reference quartile (

`75`

,`50`

, or`25`

).- measure
The type of length measurement used – total length (

`TL`

) or fork length (`FL`

).- method
The type of method used to derive the equation (

`RLP`

,`EmP`

, or`Other`

).- min.len
Minimum total length (mm or in, depending on

`units`

) for which the equation should be applied.- max.len
Maximum total length (mm or in, depending on

`units`

) for which the equation should be applied.- int
The intercept for the model.

- slope
The slope for the linear models or the linear coefficient for the quadratic equation.

- quad
The quadratic coefficient in the quadratic equations.

- source
Source of the equation. These match the sources given in Neumann et al. 2012.

- comment
Comments about use of equation.

The minimum TL for the English units were derived by rounding the converted minimum TL for the metric units to what seemed like common units (inches, half inches, or quarter inches).

Relative weight

Standard weight

Condition

8-Condition.

Most of these equations can be found in Neumann, R.M., C.S. Guy, and D.W. Willis. 2012. Length, Weight, and Associated Indices. Chapter 14 in Zale, A.V., D.L. Parrish, and T.M. Sutton, editors. Fisheries Techniques. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.

Some species were not in Neumann et al (2012) and are noted as such in the `comments`

variable.

Ogle, D.H. 2016. Introductory Fisheries Analyses with R. Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, FL.

See `wsVal`

and `wrAdd`

for related functionality.

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