Dear Distance samplers,
We at CREEM are undertaking an impact evidence-gathering exercise around
the multi-analysis distance sampling engines - that is the "mads"
package in R, or the "MA - Multi-analyis distance sampling" analysis
engine in Distance for Windows. This allows users to analyze jointly
multi-species surveys, dealing with unidentified sigthings, covariate
uncertainty and model uncertainty (for DistWin users, see Chapter 13).
If you are using this package, or could potentially benefit from it,
please drop me an email to let me know. We're keen to find out what you
are using the package (or could use it) to achieve.
Best wishes to all, Len
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