hmm_smast is a MATLAB package for geolocating New England groundfish using Data Storage Tag (DST) data. This package is a fork of Martin W Pedersen's MATLAB geolocation toolbox, available at http://mwpedersen.dk/tracking.html (The link is dead as of August, 2017. See
mwp_original branch for the original geolocation toolbox code).
This code requires a recent MATLAB installation (tested on R2015a and newer) with the Curve Fitting Toolbox.
This code requires t_tide to perform tidal elevation prediction and the Matlab Google Earth Toolbox to plot the most probable track in .kml format. These packages are included in the
View the documentation generated by m2html here.
As an alternative to the preprocessing code in MATLAB provided in [test/preprocessing], an R code package for preprocessing raw DST data for the use of hmm_smast is available at https://github.com/cliu3/R_HMM_Preprocessing.
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- Pedersen, M.W., Righton, D., Thygesen, U.H., Andersen, K.H., Madsen, H., 2008. Geolocation of North Sea cod (Gadus morhua) using hidden Markov models and behavioural switching. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65(11), 2367–2377.