print.hug: Print Huggin's Model objects

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/print.hug.R

Description

Print method for Huggin's closed population model objects estimated by F.huggins.estim().

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'hug'
print(x, ...)

Arguments

x

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

...

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

Details

If there are no free covariates in the recapture model (i.e., recapture=NULL), only the combined capture and recapture model is printed. If the recapture model has coefficients, coefficients in both are printed in separate columns.

When a recapture model has free coefficients, a "C" (for "capture") appears next to coefficients in the recapture model that also appear in the capture model. These coefficients are fixed in the recapture model because they are not free. These values were estimated from initial capture information. A "B" (for "behavioral") appears next to free coefficients in the recapture model that do not appear in the initial capture model.

Value

Nothing is returned. This function is used exclusively for its side effects. It prints an object of class "hug" in a nice human-readable format.

Author(s)

Trent McDonald, Ph.D., WEST-INC, [email protected]

See Also

F.huggins.estim

Examples

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data(dipper.histories)
dipper.fit <- F.huggins.estim( ~1, histories= dipper.histories )
print(dipper.fit)

 

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