Implied properties

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AmP estimation

Data and completeness
Parameter estimation
Goodness-of-fit: SMSE / MRE
AmP Literature

Practice - essentials

Starting an estimation for a new species
Setting initial parameter values
Setting weight coefficients
Computing implied properties
Submitting to the collection

Practice - extra modules
Code specification
User-defined files: run, mydata, pars_init, predict
Data: Zero-variate, Univariate, Pseudo-data

Typified models
Estimation options

Implied properties are produced by function prt_report_my_pet, which writes an html-file and opens it automatically in your systems browser. This function is run with estim_options('results_output', 3) and estim_options('results_output', 4).

It can also be run directly, if you have already generated a .mat file, via results_output 2 (or higher) with load('results_My_Pet.mat');

prt_report_my_pet({par, metaPar, txtPar, metaData}),

where My_Pet (but not my_pet) is replaced by the name of your species. Notice the use of { and } to define a cell string.

Function prt_report_my_pet also allows to specify temperature and food level (default values being the typical body temperature and high food level), and include other species in the collection in the comparison.

For a species in the collection, you can use prt_report_my_pet('Clupea_harengus'), and compare it with subfamily members with prt_report_my_pet('Clupea_harengus',select('Clupeinae')). Color-coding is used to indicate how eccentric the various parameter and statistic is among the species with which it is compared. See further under the function description.

The function is a shell around function statistics_st, after extraction parameters from structure allStat.mat with function allStat2par. If also shows parameters, apart from statistics, and allows for searching and selection of subsets