expand_behavior {bayesmove}R Documentation

Expand behavior estimates from track segments to observations

Description

Expand behavior estimates from track segments to observations

Usage

expand_behavior(dat, theta.estim, obs, nbehav, behav.names, behav.order)

Arguments

dat

A data frame of the animal ID, track segment labels, and all other data per observation. Animal ID, date, track segment, and observation number columns must be labeled id, date, tseg, and time1, respectively.

theta.estim

A matrix (returned by extract_prop) containing the proportions of each behavioral state as separate columns for each track segment (rows).

obs

A data frame summarizing the number of observations within each bin per movement variable that is returned by summarize_tsegs.

nbehav

numeric. The number of behavioral states that will be retained in 1 to nmaxclust.

behav.names

character. A vector of names to label each state (in order).

behav.order

numeric. A vector that identifies the order in which the user would like to rearrange the behavioral states. If satisfied with order returned by the LDA model, this still must be specified.

Value

A new data frame that expands behavior proportions for each observation within all track segments, including the columns labeled time1 and date from the original dat data frame.

Examples



#load data
data(tracks.seg)

#select only id, tseg, SL, and TA columns
tracks.seg2<- tracks.seg[,c("id","tseg","SL","TA")]

#summarize data by track segment
obs<- summarize_tsegs(dat = tracks.seg2, nbins = c(5,8))

#cluster data with LDA
res<- cluster_segments(dat = obs, gamma1 = 0.1, alpha = 0.1, ngibbs = 1000,
                       nburn = 500, nmaxclust = 7, ndata.types = 2)

#Extract proportions of behaviors per track segment
theta.estim<- extract_prop(res = res, ngibbs = 1000, nburn = 500, nmaxclust = 7)

#Create augmented matrix by replicating rows (tsegs) according to obs per tseg
theta.estim.long<- expand_behavior(dat = tracks.seg, theta.estim = theta.estim, obs = obs,
                               nbehav = 3, behav.names = c("Encamped","ARS","Transit"),
                               behav.order = c(1,2,3))




[Package bayesmove version 0.2.0 Index]