Basic fishery science programs: a compendium of microcomputer programs and manual of operation

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Elsevier, 1988 - Computers - 230 pages
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System design criteria; The FSAS system; System design and operations;System use and capabilities; FSAS tutorial; Using a spreadsheet with the FSAS; FSAS application programs (Sheel type); FISHPAR: Nonlinear parameter estimation for fisheries; UNISTAT: Univariate statistics with histograms; BIREG: A series of bivariate; SEGREG: Segmented regression analysis; POWER: Power relationship calculated by ordinary least squares on log-transformed data with bias correction; PRINCOMP: Finding a 95% equal frequency ellipse from prncipal components analysis; BARTTR: Bartlett's test for homogeneity of variance (including four transformations); LP: Linear programming via simplex method and some optimization examples; RAFAIL: von Bertalanffy growth equation; FABGROW: von Bertalanffy growth equation estimated by Fabans' method for tagging data; RICKER: Ricker's yield model; LCOH: Jones' length related quasicohort analysis; PROD2: Cohort production estimates with variance; B-H3: Beverton-Holt YPR equation with constant parameters and yield maximization, varying both F and age at first capture; HILLIS: Assessing the rate of discarding commercial species when the total weight of discards is known; MARTEN: Calculating mortality rates and optimum yields from length samples; MESH 1: Effects of mesh size on catches and immediate and long-term changes in catch; MESH 2: Yields by species and mesh size; OPTAGE: One variable minimization method to compute optium age and size; ZIPPIN: Population estimation using removal-depletion; NETMED: Confidence limitis of medians for a series of net catches.

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