Description Usage Arguments Author(s) Examples

This function plots the study area grid, available habitat, and trap coordinates for spatial capture-recapture studies. Activity centers and capture locations can also be plotted.

1 2 | ```
plotSpatialData(mms = NULL, trapCoords, studyArea, centers = NULL,
trapLines = FALSE)
``` |

`mms` |
An optional object of class |

`trapCoords` |
A matrix of dimension |

`studyArea` |
A 3-column matrix defining the study area and available habitat. Each row corresponds to a grid cell. The first 2 columns indicate the Cartesian x- and y-coordinate for the centroid of each grid cell, and the third column indicates whether the cell is available habitat (=1) or not (=0). All cells must have the same resolution. Ignored unless |

`centers` |
An optional vector indicating the grid cell (i.e., the row of |

`trapLines` |
Logical indicating whether to draw lines from activity centers to respective traps at which each individual was captured. Default is |

Brett T. McClintock

1 2 | ```
#Plot the tiger example data
plotSpatialData(trapCoords=tiger$trapCoords,studyArea=tiger$studyArea)
``` |

multimark documentation built on May 1, 2019, 7:05 p.m.

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