Welcome to PopR!


Welcome to PopR, the software that helps you explore data, run analyses and generate reports. This version of the software was created in collaboration with Idaho Fish & Game, South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks and The University of Montana (2014). This particular website was created to demonstrate some of the capabilities implemented in our collaborator's websites.

Use the navigation bar at the top of this page to move among the various analyses. Within each analysis page there are also tabs for model setup, a view of the raw data, tabular outputs, plots and a report that can be downloaded in two formats.

If you have any questions or are interested in creating software for your organization please don't hesitate to contact us using the Contact tab above.



PopR Version 1.0
Maintained by Josh Nowak & Paul Lukacs
Wildlife Biology Program
University of Montana


Define Species & IPM Database

Define Space & Time

Demographic Variation

Future Harvest

MCMC Controls



Population Size


Growth Rate


Survival

- Adult Females - Adult Males - Juveniles

Sex & Age Ratios

- Male/100 Females - Juveniles/100 Females

Population Size

Sex & Age Ratios

Survival


Download


Define Species & Space

Model Controls

Data Check


                


Sightability

Black dots represent field observations while blue dots are the estimated abundances with 95% confidence intervals.

Activity Observations


Vegetation Observations


Snow Observations


Group Size Observations


Calculated Detection Probabilities


Sightability Estimates


Download


Define Species & Space

Model Setup

Exclude

MCMC Controls



Sample Size Summary

Causes of Censoring

Causes of Mortality


Variation in Monthly Survival

Mean Monthly Survival

Study Period Survival


Sample Size Summary


Survival


Download


In a production version of PopR this page would provide instructions for reporting issues and enahncements. We use GitHub for issue and enhancement tracking. The site is a powerful tool that records issues in a transparent manner, provides a forum for conversation and, best of all, users are updated by email when changes occur. This makes it easy for collaborators to know who is addressing their needs, how the issue is being handled and when their needs will be met. In addition, we can prioritize tasks to ensure that tasks are accomplished in a logical order. Perhaps most importantly, having a feedback mechanism provides collaborators the opportunity to make their software what they need it to be, not what someone else thinks it should be.

If you are interested in customized software for you organization or just want to discuss our approach feel free to contact Josh at Joshnwk@Yahoo.com or Paul at paul.lukacs@umontana.edu