distance.sample.size: Calculates Study Size Required for Distance Sampling

Calculates the study size (either number of detections, or proportion of region that should be covered) to achieve a target precision for the estimated abundance. The calculation allows for the penalty due to unknown detection function, and for overdispersion. The user must specify a guess at the true detection function.

Version: 0.0
Imports: MASS
Published: 2016-01-26
Author: Robert Clark
Maintainer: Robert Clark <rclark at uow.edu.au>
License: GPL-2 | GPL-3
NeedsCompilation: no
Citation: distance.sample.size citation info
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Reference manual: distance.sample.size.pdf


Package source: distance.sample.size_0.0.tar.gz
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