Programs, user manual, and sample input and output files.
Ecological Archives B091-002-S1.
File list (downloads)
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
PO Box 1306, Albuquerque, NM 87103 USA
Arizona Game and Fish Department
5000 West Carefree Hwy, Phoenix, AZ 85086 USA
Jack L. Childs
Borderlands Jaguar Detection Project
Amado, AZ 85645 USA
James G. Sanderson *
Small Wild Cat Conservation Foundation
25745 Bassett Lane, Los Altos, CA 94022 USA
* Corresponding Author
AllFoldersFiles_Example.txt file is generated in the command prompt window. It is a structured text file listing all folder names, locations, and the imagery files within them.
Harris_Thompson_Childs_Sanderson_CamTrapProgram_DataOrganize.f90 is the data creation program in Fortran. This program reads "AllFoldersFiles_Example.txt" and generates "Input.txt" and "AllPictures.txt"
AllPictures_Example.txt is a list of all image files that are labeled with the location name, species name, year, month, day, hour, minute, second, and number-of-individuals. This can be imported and stored by a spreadsheet such as Excel.
Input_Example.txt file is example input for the analysis program.
Harris_Thompson_Childs_Sanderson_CamTrapProgram_DataAnalyze.f90 is a Fortran program used to analyze the camera trap images (Reads "Input.txt" and "AllPictures_Example.txt").
Harris_Thompson_Childs_Sanderson_CamTrap_UserManual.pdf is a manual containing the detailed steps necessary for generating a common format for labeling, storing, sharing, and subsequently analyzing information gained from camera traps.
Output_Example.txt file is example output from the analysis program.
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