mpm_split | R Documentation |

Splits a matrix population model into three constituent matrices, **U**
(growth and survival processes), **F** (sexual reproduction) and **C**
(clonal reproduction). **Warning!** The functionality is very basic: it
assumes that sexual reproduction is located in the top row of the matrix, and
that everything else is growth or survival (i.e. the **U** matrix).
Clonality is assumed to be non-existent.

```
mpm_split(matA)
```

`matA` |
A matrix population model (i.e., a square projection matrix). |

A list of three matrices: `matU`

,`matF`

and `matC`

.
`matC`

will always contain only zeros.

Owen R. Jones <jones@biology.sdu.dk>

Other transformation:
`is_leslie_matrix()`

,
`leslie_collapse()`

,
`mpm_collapse()`

,
`mpm_rearrange()`

,
`mpm_standardize()`

,
`name_stages()`

,
`repro_stages()`

,
`standard_stages()`

```
matA <- rbind(
c(0.1, 0, 5.3, 4.2),
c(0.5, 0.2, 0.1, 0),
c(0, 0.3, 0.3, 0.1),
c(0, 0, 0.5, 0.6)
)
mpm_split(matA)
```

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