Print Cormack-Jolly-Seber (CJS) Models

Description

Print method for Cormack-Jolly-Seber (CJS) models estimated by F.cjs.estim().

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'cjs'
print(x, alpha=c(0.05,0.01), ...)

Arguments

x

An object of class "cjs" produced by F.cjs.estim()

alpha

A vector with length either 2 or 3 containing alpha levels used to put "*" or "**" beside the GOF results. One * is printed if significance is between alpha[1] and alpha[2] (i.e., if alpha[2] < p < alpha[1]). Two ** are printed if significance is less than alpha[2] (p < alpha[2]).

...

Arguments to other functions called by this one. Currently no other functions are called, so this is not used, but must be here for compatability with the generic print function.

Value

Nothing is returned. This function is used exclusively for its side effects. It prints an object of class "cjs" in a nice human-readable format. If goodness-of-fit tests are present, they are printed. If population size estimates are present, they are printed.

Author(s)

Trent McDonald, Ph.D., WEST-INC, tmcdonald@west-inc.com

See Also

F.cjs.estim, plot.cjs

Examples

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# Fit CJS model to dipper data, time-varying capture and survivals.
data(dipper.histories)
xy <- F.cjs.covars( nrow(dipper.histories), ncol(dipper.histories) )
for(j in 1:ncol(dipper.histories)){ assign(paste("x",j,sep=""), xy$x[,,j]) } 
dipper.cjs <- F.cjs.estim( ~x2+x3+x4+x5+x6, ~x1+x2+x3+x4+x5, dipper.histories )
print(dipper.cjs)