First step of the Electronic LEngth Frequency ANalysis (ELEFAN), which is restructuring length-frequency data (lfq). This is done according to a certain protocol, described by many authors (see Details or References for more information).
a list consisting of following parameters:
number indicating over how many length classes the moving average should be performed (default: 5)
additional squareroot transformation of positive values according to Brey et al. (1988) (default: FALSE). Particularly useful if many observations have a low frequency (<10)
This function is used prior to fitting of growth curves (e.g. in
ELEFAN_SA functions). It restructures a length
frequency data set according to a list of steps to emphasise cohorts in the data.
The steps can be found in various publications, see e.g. Brey et al. (1988) or
Pauly and David (1981). Here, the most recent steps documented in Gayanilo (1997)
A list with the input parameters and following list objects:
rcounts: restructured frequencies,
peaks_mat: matrix with uniquely numbered positive peaks,
ASP: available sum of peaks, sum of posititve peaks which could be potential be hit by growth curves. This is calculated as the sum of maximum values from each run of posive restructured scores,
MA: moving average used for restructuring.
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Gayanilo, Felimon C. FAO-ICLARM stock assessment tools: reference manual. No. 8. Food & Agriculture Org., 1997.
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# data and plot of catch frequencies data(synLFQ4) plot(synLFQ4, Fname="catch") # restructuring and calculation of ASP synLFQ4 <- lfqRestructure(synLFQ4, MA=11) synLFQ4$ASP # plot of restructured scores and fit of soVBGF growth curves plot(synLFQ4) lfqFitCurves(synLFQ4, par=list(Linf=80, K=0.5, t_anchor=0.25, C=0.75, ts=0), draw=TRUE )$fASP
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