Apr 4, 2020

rapidPop: Rapid population assessments of wildlife using camera trap data in R Shiny Applications

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Michael A TabakK. C. VerCauteren

Abstract

rapidPop is a new R package for implementing occupancy models for Rapid Population Assessments (RPAs) with data from camera traps. RPAs are designed to provide quick assessments of a density index so that users can identify relative changes in density associated with changes in conditions (Schlichting et al., 2020). For example, users may want to assess if there was a change in density after an effort to cull an invasive species. rapidPop provides a Shiny Application for running occupancy models with the option to include the effect of parameters on occupancy (e.g., before or after a culling operation).

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