I’ve authored / co-authored several R packages, which have - it seems - been used by people other than myself:
A tool for modeling and analysis of periodic mortality (or other time-to event) processes from right-censored data inspired by the need to characterize seasonal patterns in mortality of wildlife.
A suite of pseudo-“in-house” functions for the large-scale loading, processing and visualizing of Movebank data for the Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment: Animals on the Move project.
Fitting continuous time correlated velocity models with and without advection and rotation, including behavioral changes.
NOTE: THIS DOES EVERYTHING
bcpaDOES, BUT BETTER!*
Migration And Range CHange Analysis: robust, continuous time-based fitting a mechanistic model of range shifts, estim0ating timing, ranging areas, and autocorrelation of migrations and range shifts.
Behavioral Change Point Analysis: A likelihood-based method for estimating changes in irregularly sampled time-series, including (but not limited) to animal movements.
Continuous Time Movement Modeling: A comprehensive set of tools of continuous time movement modeling. (Primarily Chris Fleming’s baby.)