Quantifying individual variation in reaction norms: how study design affects the accuracy, precision and power of random regression models
1.Quantifying individual heterogeneity in plasticity is becoming common in studies of evolutionary ecology, climate change ecology and animal personality. Individual variation in reaction norms is typically quantified using random effects in a mixed modelling framework. However, little is known about what sampling effort and design provide sufficient accuracy, precision and power. 2.I developed 'odprism', an easy-to-use software package for the statistical language R, which can be used to...[Show more]
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