[AniMov] positions from azimuths

Damiano G. Preatoni prea at uninsubria.it
Tue Oct 14 10:35:58 CEST 2008

In un messaggio del Monday 13 October 2008, Lichti, Nathanael I ha scritto:
> Hi all,
> Sorry for the delay on this.  I contacted Gary White and asked if it
> would be okay to simply integrate the TRIANG code into R and potentially
> make it available in adehabitat or other software.  He said that was
> fine. Since then, I simply haven't had as much time as I'd hoped to work
> on this project.
> If no Python code is available, someone who knows FORTRAN and Python
> could probably translate the TRIANG code fairly quickly.  It's not very
> long.

Good news...
As I've written before, I can brush up my almost forgotten FORTRAN and try a 

IMHO, a translation into R code might be more appealing, since can be 
integrated easily into Clement (and others) adehabitat package, which seems 
to be the real workhorse in free/open homerange calculations.

As Anne did for the QGis Homerange plugin, I'm wondering if a good solution 
could be making the engine in R, and use python for the bodywork... this way 
one could stay in R for heavy-duty or automated homerange calculation (figure 
out how to calculate overlaps among 200 animals in a pure GUI 
environment...), and another can use a GUI (I mean QGis) for small amounts fd 
data, or for a direct visual feedback and so on...


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Damiano G. Preatoni, PhD

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