Example bobcat data for
The data are summarized in a 46x8 matrix containing observed encounter histories for 46 bobcats across 8 sampling occasions. Bobcats are bilaterially asymmetrical, and sampling was conducted using camera stations consisting of a single camera.
Because the left-side cannot be reconciled with the right-side, the two types of “marks” in this case are the pelage patterns on the left- and right-side of each individual. Encounter type 0 corresponds to non-detection, encounter type 1 corresponds to left-sided detection, encounter type 2 corresponds to right-sided detection.
Both-sided encounters were never observed in this dataset, hence the most appropriate
multimark data type is
McClintock, B. T., Conn, P. B., Alonso, R. S., and Crooks, K. R. 2013. Integrated modeling of bilateral photo-identification data in mark-recapture analyses. Ecology 94: 1464-1471.
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