[R-sig-Geo] estimating a commom smoothing factor
Almut Schlaich - Werkgroep Grauwe Kiekendief
almut.schlaich at grauwekiekendief.nl
Thu Aug 20 09:34:55 CEST 2015
There is a very nice new package to calculate home ranges: rhr
It is described in the paper of Signer and Balkenhol: Reproducible home
ranges (/rhr/): A new, user-friendly R package for analyses of wildlife
An easy example how to use the package to calculate kernel home ranges
could be found here:|http://jmsigner.github.io/rhrman/cliHRE.html
|You can choose to use the LSCV estimate of h in the command (|rhrHlscv).
The home range needs to be estimated for each individual (only if you
would like to look at the area used by your population you could
calculate one single home range).
Maybe you could do this in a loop, subsetting the data for one
individual and calculate the home range.
Am 8/20/2015 um 7:07 AM schrieb moses selebatso:
> I have been trying to estimate Kernel Home ranges and one of the requirements for the script is a smoothing factor. I was hoping to use the LSCV for h. I cannot get the right figure that will be used in all the movement data I have. It looks like I need to estimated for each animal monitored. How can I get a common figure? I have 30 data sets and creating 30 LSCV by continuous trial seems not the clever way of doing it. Please help.
> Thank you,
> Moses SELEBATSO (+267) 318 5219 (H) (+267) 716 393 70 (C) (+267) 738 393 70 (C
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