Supplement 1. R code and instructions to implement coincidence rate method for abundance estimation.

<h2>File List</h2><div> <p><a href="coincidence_functions.R">coincidence_functions.R</a> (MD5: 3e84e1aee18a63675a591b86106d7a44)</p> <p><a href="guide_to_computer_code.pdf">guide_to_computer_code.pdf</a> (MD5: c116f7a3067ffa55be45e3dc6e8a11fb)</p> <p><a href="example_data1.txt">example_data1.txt</a> (MD5: f4a0fa3b1d63de0c534cef1462545da2)</p> <p><a href="example_data2.txt">example_data2.txt</a> (MD5: 4a3469bb0cdb2de0c293475bc95d1eaf)</p> <p><a href="example_data3.txt">example_data3.txt</a> (MD5: 3329f73cf552b84a9354305cc91dba9f)</p> <p><a href="example_data4.txt">example_data4.txt</a> (MD5: 63df7645a93420a0dce2b3e134c3015f)</p> </div><h2>Description</h2><div> <p>coincidence_functions.R – R code to simulate data, estimate abundance, and conduct power analysis, as described in the main text</p> <p>guide_to_computer_code.pdf – Explains how to use R code</p> <p>example_data1.txt – example Indiana bat data used in text</p> <p>example_data2.txt – example Indiana bat data used in text </p> <p>example_data3.txt – example Indiana bat data used in text</p> <p>example_data4.txt – example Indiana bat data used in text</p> </div>