A Bayesian-weighted estimator and two unweighted estimators are developed to estimate the number of newly found rare species in additional ecological samples. Among these methods, the Bayesian-weighted estimator and an unweighted (Chao-derived) estimator are of high accuracy and recommended for practical applications. Technical details of the proposed estimators have been well described in the following paper: Shen TJ, Chen YH (2018) A Bayesian weighted approach to predicting the number of newly discovered rare species. Conservation Biology, In press.
|Author||Youhua Chen,Tsung-Jen Shen|
|Maintainer||Youhua Chen <[email protected]>|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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