bayesmove

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Introduction

The goal of bayesmove is to analyze animal movement using a non-parametric Bayesian framework, which addresses a number of limitations of existing segmentation methods and state-space models. This framework allows the analysis of multiple telemetry and biologging data streams, which must be discretized into a set of bins before they can be analyzed. This package also includes features to check model convergence. Model output are often returned in a format that is tidyverse-friendly, which allows for easy visualization using ggplot2.

Installation

You can install the latest CRAN release with:

install.packages("bayesmove")

You can install the latest stable version of the package from GitHub with:

# install.packages("remotes")
remotes::install_github("joshcullen/bayesmove")

Support

If you are receiving errors from the model output that you believe to be bugs, please report them as issues in the GitHub repo. Additionally, if there are any other features you would like added to this package, please submit them to the issue tracker.