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Chuck505

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  1. I'm cleaning up my twilights and the 4th step in "preprocessLight" has frozen on me a couple times after about 30-40 minutes of work. It does save up to that point though. According to the help file I can update a previous call. It is not clear to me how to run this though. Info from help file: The results of a previous call of \code{preprocessLight} can be updated by providing the dataframe generated by the previous call as the \code{twilights} argument, and using the \code{stage} argument to determine to point from which to restart the process. Are there examples of how to run this? Thank you.
  2. The drift was okay, but you were right to suggest looking more at the threshold. Things are starting to clean up. I do have a TWGeos questions that I'll post in a separate thread though.
  3. Hi Eldar, Thanks for the helpful post. I removed said line from the code and ran it again. I attached the map. It did shift some things slightly west but there is still something wrong in my code. I used the BAS software to process the raw data and adjust for drift. I will re-run that just in case that was wrong somehow. I subsetted the data by trimming off the first few days after deployment and the a few days before the recovery. My calibration dates were set to the first 13 days (06/18/2015 - 07/01/2015) and the last 12 days (05/15/2016 - 05/29/2016). Would changing these help? Best regards, Chuck... Unit21_FLightR.map_30Nov.pdf
  4. Hi all, I've been running through my geo data off and on for a few months now and I am seeing a pattern. The deployment/recovery location is north-central NM near the town of Los Alamos which is on the east flank of the Jemez Mountains. One thing that might be throwing my results off would be the sunset shading of the mountains. All of the tags I have from this summer all show this offset, but sometimes it shows the breeding grounds in Kansas and wintering in southern NM. The various plots and commands used are in the attached word document. These are WEBLs in our nestbox network. Any thoughts on this? Unit21_Nov29_Commands.docx Unit21_FLightR.map.pdf
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