Example files for the R package 'secr'

For each study there is a file of detector coordinates xxxxtrap.txt and a file of detection (capture) data xxxxcapt.txt.

Please use these files only for experimentation with the software. Contact the owner(s) if you wish to refer to them in a publication.

A live-trapping study of deermice Peromyscus maniculatus by V. H. Reid at Wet Swizer Gulch , Colorado, in 1975 deermousetrap.txt deermousecapt.txt See Otis et al (1978:87--93) and ?deermouse.WSG in 'secr'
A live-trapping study of ferrets Mustela furo in Central Otago, New Zealand ferrettrap.txt ferretcapt.txt See Efford and Norbury (2005) (study area B3) and description of examples in online help for DENSITY (density5.chm)
Flat-tailed horned lizard Phrynosoma mcallii in Arizona (14 searches of search of 300-m x 300-m quadrat) FTHLtrap.txt FTHLcapt.txt Royle & Young (2008) Ecology 89: 2281--2289. See also ?hornedlizard in 'secr'
Detections of black bears Ursus americanus at hair snares in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, USA. Identification by microsatellite DNA. GSMblackbeartrap.txt GSMblackbearcapt.txt Jared Laufenberg, Frank van Manen and Joe Clark (University of Tennessee, Knoxville). See also Settlage et al.  (2008) J. Wildl. Manage. 72: 1035--1042.
Snowshoe hares Lepus americanus  live-trapped in Alaska by Burnham & Cushwa hareCH6trap.txt hareCH6capt.txt See Otis et al (1978) and http://www.otago.ac.nz/density/pdfs/secr-tutorial.pdf
Skinks Oligosoma infrapunctatum and O. lineoocellatum pitfall trapped at Lake Station, Buller Valley, New Zealand skinktrap.txt infracapt.txt See ?skink in 'secr'
skinktrap.txt lineocapt.txt
Ovenbirds Seiurus aurocapilla mistnetted in Maryland ovenbirdtrap.txt ovenbirdcapt.txt See ?ovenbird in 'secr'
Brushtail possum Trichosurus vulpecula live trapped in the Orongorongo Valley, Wellington, New Zealand OVpossumtrap.txt OVpossumcapt.txt See ?OVpossum in 'secr'
Stoats Mustela erminea sampled with sticky hair snares in Matakitaki Valley, New Zealand stoattrap.txt stoatcapt.txt See ?stoatCH in 'secr'. Also as Excel spreadsheets stoat.xlsx