When did it really start or stop: the impact of censored observations on the analysis of duration.

  title={When did it really start or stop: the impact of censored observations on the analysis of duration.},
  author={M Bressers and E Meelis and Patsy Haccou and Menno R. Kruk},
  journal={Behavioural processes},
  volume={23 1},
Behaviour is often described in terms of bout lengths. Because of censoring, some of these bout lengths may only be observed partially. For instance, when observation is finished after a fixed period the end moment of the last bout remains unknown. The only available information on such a bout length is that it exceeds a certain value. This value is the censored observed bout length. Censored data are quite common in ethology, but the problem is often not recognized. Therefore, the well… CONTINUE READING


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