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  1. Drs. Elizabeth Gow and Ryan Norris are seeking a PhD student to join their research team at the University of Guelph beginning September 2021. Project description: Working closely with a variety of partners and researchers (veterinarians, ecologists, and non-government), the student will use a novel on-board camera technology, the Catcam, to get a cats’ eye-views of the world, quantify behaviour and track movement. The student will have the opportunity to create a project suited to their interests that examines one or a variety of different cat behaviours, including but
  2. I'm working on calibrating some data in FlightR but I keep getting an error with the "make.calibration" object and am not sure how to fix it? The error is: Error in Twilight.time.mat.Calib.dawn[-25, ] : incorrect number of dimensions Here is my code: startend Proc.data Calibration.periods calibration.stop=as.POSIXct(c("2016-05-29", NA), tz="GMT"), lon=-148.80441, lat=63.6520) print(Calibration.periods) # create a calibration object Calibration
  3. I'm trying to calibrate from a light image from a Bas tag. I get an error when I call: lightImage(d.lux, offset = offset) and twlpreprocessLight(d.lux, threshold, offset, lmax = 64, map=TRUE) This is the error I get: Error in if (as.numeric(tmin) > as.numeric(date[1])) tmin missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed I'm not sure why I'm getting this error. I have about 23 .lig files that give me this error. The others seem to work. When I look at the .lig files I don't see any differences between the ones that are working and the ones that are not. Anyway to fix this? I'm not a
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