Distance 7.3

Process the data from distance sampling surveys
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Research Unit for Wildlife Population Assessment, University of St Andrews

Analyze and adjust the designs of wildlife population surveys containing distance sampling records. Check and process line transect, point transect, cue-counts, etc. View the information and split it according to timed sections, export and import content.

Distance is a program for design and analysis of distance sampling surveys of wildlife populations. The program can analyze several forms of distance sampling data: line transect, point transect (variable circular plot) and cue-counts. It takes two forms: a Windows-based program and a suite of packages for the statistical programming language R.

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