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  1. HETHnerd

    FLightR-only one calibration period

    Hey! Thanks again! Used the suggested changes and took LdeRaad's suggestion about changing model.ageing to TRUE. Output was as below but got Warning message below. Thoughts? Also please see notes below re map. #CALIBRATION Calibration.periods <- data.frame(calibration.start = as.POSIXct("2014-07-06"), calibration.stop = as.POSIXct("2014-08-01"), lon = CapLocs[1], lat = CapLocs[2]) #View results Calibration.periods #create a calibration object Calibration<-make.calibration(Proc.data = Light.Data, Calibration.periods = Calibration.periods, model.ageing = TRUE, plot.each = FALSE, plot.final = FALSE) checking dawn 1 checking dawn 2 checking dawn 3 checking dawn 4 checking dawn 5 checking dawn 6 checking dawn 7 checking dawn 8 checking dawn 9 checking dawn 10 checking dawn 11 checking dawn 12 checking dawn 13 checking dawn 14 #(etc, etc, I trimmed this) calibration method used: parametric.slope likelihood correction switched to TRUE simulation: 0% simulation: 1% simulation: 1% simulation: 1% simulation: 2% simulation: 2% simulation: 2% simulation: 3% simulation: #(etc etc, I trimmed this) Warning message: In get.calibration.parameters(Calibration.periods, Proc.data, model.ageing = model.ageing, : you have only one calibration period ageing estimation is unreliable and should be turned ot F!!! #re MAP Also, when I tried to plot a simple map #Plot a simple map map.FLightR.ggmap(Result) got this error: Error in f(...) : could not find function "viewport" Looked this up at http://stat.ethz.ch/R-manual/R-devel/library/grid/html/viewport.html but really wasn't sure what to do here. Any suggestions anyone? Thanks gang!
  2. HETHnerd

    FLightR-only one calibration period

    Thanks to both of you. I'm still working through the rest of the code so no results yet, but at least I haven't gotten an error message! Louise, I think I found you on line so I will email you and you can send me your script.
  3. Hi there! The orignal code is designed as Calibration.periods<-data.frame(calibration.start = as.POSIXct(c(NA, "2014-05-05")), calibration.stop = as.POSIXct(c("2013-08-23", NA)), lon = CapLocs[1], lat = CapLocs[2]) but my tags died before the birds returned so I can only calibrate from the deploy time/location. I want to calibrate from a couple days after my deploy date of July 6, 2014 until August 1, 2014 so I tried removing calibration.start : Calibration.periods<-data.frame(calibration.stop = as.POSIXct(c("2014-08-01", NA)), lon = CapLocs[1], lat = CapLocs[2]) but got this error: Error in as.POSIXct.numeric(Calibration.periods[, 2], tz = "gmt") : 'origin' must be supplied How should I edit my text to reflect just one calibration window? Many thanks. Nubie here. Plain English appreciated!
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