GEOSTATS: Random dolphins
- In reply to Dan Hough:
I suppose what you want is to see if each observation in independent in
space and time, or whether they are clustered. You can use variography on
binary data (as described in Isaaks and Srivastava) to see if there is
dependence, as long as you know the points in Euclidean space and time where
the dolphins appeared. There are also tests of significance, but I'm not
well-versed in them. As others have noted, if dolphins do behave randomly
and independently then we will have to fundamentally alter our world view.
Daniel P. Bebber
Department of Plant Sciences
University of Oxford
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Oxford OX1 3RB
Tel. 01865 275000
Fax. 01865 275074
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