Supplement 1. Detailed description of correlated random walk simulation and how to obtain an ellipse-shaped region covering successful pathway of a random walker, including R code.
Insu Koh
Helen I. Rowe
Jeffrey D. Holland
10.6084/m9.figshare.3518816.v1
https://wiley.figshare.com/articles/dataset/Supplement_1_Detailed_description_of_correlated_random_walk_simulation_and_how_to_obtain_an_ellipse-shaped_region_covering_successful_pathway_of_a_random_walker_including_R_code_/3518816
<h2>File List</h2><div>
<p><a href="CRWmodeling.r">CRWmodeling.r</a> (MD5: c2c0605ab632cab4263910d96e2d76f2)</p>
</div><h2>Description</h2><div>
<p>This supplement is designed to assist the reader in understanding and implementing the correlated random walk simulation using R code. The supplement provides source code for simulating a successful random walker that departs from a source area and hits a target area. The R code uses some functions in the spatstat R package (Baddeley and Turner 2005) to record individual steps as line segments and some functions to calculate an ellipse-shaped region covering the successful pathway of a random walker. The results of this process are illustrated in the main manuscript in Fig. 2. </p>
<p>CRWmodelling.r – To run the simulation, ‘spatstat’ R package must be installed. </p>
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2016-08-04 16:29:47
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