The DeadCanMove R package, publicly available on R-Forge, includes the jumping.window and a version of the binarySimilarity functions firstly released in the modTools blog, apart from a bunch of new functions to estimate how temporal sampling scheme (e.g. sampling frequency) may affect roadkill hotspot identification.

The package is a companion to the following article:

Santos S.M., Marques J.T., Lourenço A., Medinas D., Barbosa A.M., Beja P., Mira A. (2015) Sampling effects on the identification of roadkill hotspots: implications for survey design. Journal of Environmental Management, 162: 87-95 (DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.07.037)


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