DeadCanMove: Assess How Spatial Roadkill Patterns Change with Temporal Sampling Scheme

From a baseline data frame of dead individuals recorded daily at different road stretches, simulate varying sub-sampling schemes, calculate and compare roadkill patterns and hotspots based on each sampling scheme.

AuthorBarbosa A.M., Marques J.T., Santos S.M., Lourenco A., Medinas D., Beja P., Mira A.
Date of publication2017-03-28 14:08:24
MaintainerA. Marcia Barbosa <barbosa@uevora.pt>
LicenseGPL-3
Version0.5

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binary.comparison Man page
binary.comp.methods Man page
DeadCanMove Man page
DeadCanMove-package Man page
getBoxplots Man page
hotspot.numbers Man page
hotspots Man page
hotspots.comparison Man page
jumping.window Man page
plotEventCorrs Man page
repl.hs.comp Man page
roadkills Man page
schemeCorrs Man page
sequential.corr Man page
sequential.estimateN Man page
sequential.hotspots Man page
sequential.Nevents Man page
sequential.posteriorN Man page
sequential.seqsubmat Man page
sequential.submatrix Man page
submatrix Man page

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