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acv565-sup-0001-si.doc539K Appendix S1. Results of simulations for 90 scenarios run on 100 datasets assuming an underlying poisson distribution where sign-specific detection probability for the sign of an individual group was set at equal to 0.999. The simulations were run assuming different values for the radius of movement within which signs are deposited R (represented as a fraction of the length of a grid cell), the number of signs deposited by each animal groups (N sign ) and the total number of animal groups S in the grid. The width of the detection strip d is represented as the fraction of the length of a grid cell. See Methods for description of other parameters.
acv565-sup-0001-si.doc539K Appendix S2. Results of simulations for 90 different scenarios run on 100 datasets assuming an underlying poisson distribution where sign-specific detection probability for an individual animal group was set at equal to 0.5. The simulations were run assuming different values for the radius of movement within which signs are deposited R(represented as a fraction of the length of a grid cell), the number of signs deposited by each animal cluster (N sign ) and the total number of animal clusters S in the grid. The width of the detection strip d is represented as the fraction of the length of a grid cell. See Methods for description of other parameters.
acv565-sup-0001-si.doc539K Appendix S3. Results of simulations for three scenarios run on 100 datasets assuming an underlying poisson distribution. The radius of movement within which signs are deposited R, the number of signs deposited by each animal group (N sign ) and the cell-specific detection probability are kept constant. The simulation scenarios are run by varying the number of animal groups(S) and the number of grid cells(N cells ).

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