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  운영자 2007-02-12 18:43:19 | Hit : 12351 | Vote : 2518
Subject   [자료] Program MARK
Program MARK

Announcements:    Upcoming intermediate level workshop at Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, 3-8 June, 2007.

The Program MARK hypertext-based online discussion forum, Analysis of Data from Marked Individuals, is found at: http://www.phidot.org/forum/index.php .

Introduction

Program MARK, a Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, or XP program, provides parameter estimates from marked animals when they are re-encountered at a later time.  Re-encounters can be from dead recoveries (e.g., the animal is harvested), live recaptures (e.g. the animal is re-trapped or re-sighted), radio tracking, or from some combination of these sources of re-encounters.  The time intervals between re-encounters do not have to be equal, but are assumed to be 1 time unit if not specified.  More than one attribute group of animals can be modeled, e.g., treatment and control animals, and covariates specific to the group or the individual animal can be used.  The basic input to program MARK is the encounter history for each animal.  MARK can also provide estimates of population size for closed populations. Capture (p) and re-capture (c) probabilities for closed models can be modeled by attribute groups, and as a function of time, but not as a function of individual-specific covariates.


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