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View source: R/get_growth_post_prob.R

`get_growth_post_prob`

returns the probability of
the observation(s) arising from the female component given a set of growth parameters
and an assumed distribution (normal or lognormal). The component probability is
given by Bayes' theorem. Used internally.

1 | ```
get_growth_post_prob(mixprop, muF, muM, sigmaF, sigmaM, data, distribution)
``` |

`mixprop` |
Numeric scalar of mixing proportion (overall sex ratio) |

`muF` |
Numeric vector with predicted female lengths |

`muM` |
Numeric vector with predicted male lengths |

`sigmaF` |
Numeric scalar for female residual standard deviation |

`sigmaM` |
Numeric scalar for male residual standard deviation |

`data` |
A data.frame with column "length". Note predicted means "muF" and "muM" must come from corresponding ages. |

`distribution` |
Character with options: "normal" or "lognormal". |

Numeric vector of the posterior probability of being female.

Minto, C., Hinde, J. and Coelho, R. (2017). Including unsexed individuals in sex-specific growth models.
*Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences*. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0450.

1 2 | ```
get_growth_post_prob(mixprop = 0.5, muF = 4, muM = 6, sigmaF = 1,
sigmaM = 1, data = data.frame(length = 4.5), distribution = "normal")
``` |

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