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Table 1 Estimates of transition parameters

From: Generation of multistate release–recapture models using a graphic user interface (GUI)

Parameter Estimate \(\widehat{\text{SE}}\)
\(\phi_{{{\text{LL}}1}}\) 0.858 0.077
\(\phi_{{{\text{LL}}2}}\) 0.279 0.093
\(\phi_{{{\text{LR}}2}}\) 0.508 0.100
\(\phi_{{{\text{LL}}3}}\) 0.656 0.166
\(\phi_{{{\text{LR}}3}}\) 0.203 0.129
\(\phi_{{{\text{RL}}3}}\) 0.722 0.100
\(\phi_{{{\text{RR}}3}}\) 0.278 0.100
\(\phi_{{{\text{LL}}4}}\) 0.895 0.090
\(\phi_{{{\text{RL}}4}}\) 0.237 0.148
\(\phi_{{{\text{RR}}4}}\) 0.778 0.202
\(\lambda_{1}\) 0.571 0.108
P 1 0.571  
P 2 0.559  
P 3 1.0  
P 4 0.857  
  1. Estimates of transition parameters and associated standard errors (SE) for shortnose sucker movements in Clear Lake Reservoir, Oregon, 2010–2012. Parameter names follow terminology in Fig. 1, where \(\phi\) denotes joint probabilities of survival and movement; P, detection probabilities; and \(\lambda\), the joint probability of survival and detection in the terminal interval of the study