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Classification of Animal Movement Behavior through Residence in Space and Time

Fig 7

Scale plots derived using dynamic scaling choice of radius size (R) for Residence in Space and Time (RST) analysis of the fisher GPS track, African buffalo GPS track, Galapagos tortoise GPS track and blue whale satellite telemetry track.

The comparison illustrates how R influences the proportion of positive (blue), negative (red) and zero (black) residuals. Dashed line indicates 5% transit points. Light gray line indicates the dynamically scaled R for each track: Fisher (R = 40 m), African buffalo (R = 375 m), Galapagos tortoise (R = 25 m), blue whale (R = 35 km).

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