Spatial Survey Design and Analysis

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- Analysis of a GRTS survey design for a finite resource
- Analysis of a GRTS survey design for a linear resource
- Analysis of a GRTS survey design for an area resource
- Change Analysis
- Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) Analysis
- Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) Deconvolution
- GRTS survey designs for a finite resource
- GRTS survey designs for a linear resource
- GRTS survey designs for an area resource
- Relative Risk and Attributable Risk Analysis

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**adjwgt:**Adjust Initial Survey Design Weights**cdf.test:**Cumulative Distribution Function - Inference**grtspts:**Select GRTS Sample of a Finite Resource**read.shape:**Read an ESRI Shapefile**relrisk.analysis:**Relative Risk Analysis for Probability Survey Data**relrisk.est:**Compute the Relative Risk Estimate**total.est:**Population Total, Mean, Variance, and Standard Deviation...**Browse all...**

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An object of class "SpatialLinesDataFrame" that was created from a shapefile of streams in the Luckiamute watershed in Oregon.

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The format is: Formal class "SpatialLinesDataFrame" [package "sp"].

The data slot contains 429 rows and the following 3 columns:

- Per_Int
stream type for the line segment.

- Level3_Nam
Strahler order category for the line segment.

- Length_km
length of the line segment in kilometers.

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Analysis of a GRTS survey design for a finite resource
Analysis of a GRTS survey design for a linear resource
Analysis of a GRTS survey design for an area resource
Change Analysis
Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) Analysis
Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) Deconvolution
GRTS survey designs for a finite resource
GRTS survey designs for a linear resource
GRTS survey designs for an area resource
Relative Risk and Attributable Risk Analysis

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