Converts dead-recovery capture histories to an m-array.
marrayDead(MR, freq = 1, groups = NULL)
an individuals x time matrix with 1 denoting either the time of marking or the time of recovery; otherwise 0.
a vector with the number of animals with each capture history, or a matrix with a column for each group. If a single value is supplied, it will be used for all rows in the capture history; the default is to assume each row corresponds to a single animal.
a factor (or a vector that can be coerced to a factor) which identifies the group that each row of
MR can be a matrix of unique capture histories accompanied by a vector or matrix,
freq, specifying the number of animals with each capture history. For other formats, see
An m-array, a (years-1) x years x groups array, where element [i, j, g] contains the number of individuals in group g marked in year i and recovered in year j+1. The last column contains the number of individuals marked in year i and never recovered. If no groups are specified, this will be a (years-1) x years matrix.
Schaub, M., Kéry, M. (2022) Integrated Population Models, Academic Press, chapter 12.4.3.
data(peregrine) str(peregrine$recoveries) # 1810 animals x 43 years dr <- cleanCH(peregrine$recoveries[, 29:43]) # Use last 15 years of data marrayDead(dr)
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