ctmm (0.5.8)

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Continuous-Time Movement Modeling.


Functions for identifying, fitting, and applying continuous-space, continuous-time stochastic movement models to animal tracking data. The package is described in Calabrese et al (2016) , with models and methods based on those introduced in Fleming & Calabrese et al (2014) , Fleming et al (2014) , Fleming et al (2015) , Fleming et al (2015) , Fleming et al (2016) , Pron & Fleming et al (2016) , Fleming & Calabrese (2017) , Pron et al (2017) , Fleming et al (2017) , Fleming et al (2018) , Winner & Noonan et al (2018) , Fleming et al (2019) , and Noonan & Fleming et al (2019) .

Maintainer: C. H. Fleming
Author(s): Christen H. Fleming [aut, cre], Justin M. Calabrese [aut], Xianghui Dong [ctb], Kevin Winner [ctb], Guillaume Pron [ctb], Michael J. Noonan [ctb], Bart Kranstauber [ctb], Eliezer Gurarie [ctb], Kamran Safi [ctb], Paul C. Cross [dtc], Thomas Mueller [dtc], Rogrio C. de Paula [dtc], Thomas Akre [dtc], Jonathan Drescher-Lehman [dtc], Autumn-Lynn Harrison [dtc]

License: GPL-3

Uses: data.table, digest, expm, fasttime, Gmedian, gsl, manipulate, MASS, numDeriv, pbivnorm, pracma, raster, rgdal, shape, sp, fftw, knitr, bit64, move, suncalc
Reverse suggests: amt, trackdf

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