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Beginner's Guide to Spatial, Temporal and Spatial-Temporal Ecological Data Analysis with R-INLA, Volume 2 GAM and Zero-Inflated Models

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By: Alain F Zuur(Author), Elena N Ieno(Author)
353 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Beginner's Guide to Spatial, Temporal and Spatial-Temporal Ecological Data Analysis with R-INLA, Volume 2
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  • Beginner's Guide to Spatial, Temporal and Spatial-Temporal Ecological Data Analysis with R-INLA, Volume 2 ISBN: 9780957174146 Paperback Sep 2018 In stock
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This title consists of two volumes. Volume 2 explains how to apply zero-inflated models and generalised additive (mixed-effects) models to spatial and spatial-temporal data, which is typical of the messy, real-world data obtained by biologists. After explaining how to deal with zero-inflated data, the authors introduce so-called zero-inflated Poisson (ZIP) models, zero-inflated negative binomial (ZINB) models, zero-altered Poisson (ZAP) models and zero-altered negative binomial (ZINB) models, and then extend all these to models with spatial correlation. Examples of datasets analysed include begging behaviour of owl nestlings, sandeel count data, zero-inflated bird densities sampled in the Labrador Sea, coral reef data sampled around an island, and aggregated tornado data in 102 counties in Illinois.

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