Supplement 1. SAS macro for adaptive cluster sampling and Aletris data sets from the example.

2016-08-05T01:37:04Z (GMT) by Thomas Philippi
<h2>File List</h2><blockquote> <p><a href="ACS.zip">ACS.zip</a> -- .zip file containing SAS macro and example code, and example <i>Aletris</i> <i>bracteata</i> data sets.<br> <a href="acs.sas">acs.sas</a><br> <a href="chekika_ACS_estimation.sas">chekika_ACS_estimation.sas</a><br> <a href="chekika_1.csv">chekika_1.csv</a><br> <a href="chekika_2.csv">chekika_2.csv</a><br> <a href="philippi.3.1.zip">philippi.3.1.zip</a></p> <p> </p></blockquote><h2>Description</h2><blockquote> <p>"acs.sas" is a SAS macro for computing Horvitz-Thompson and Hansen-Horwitz estimates of population size for adaptive cluster sampling with random initial sampling. This version uses ugly base SAS code and does not require SQL or SAS products other than Base SAS, and should work with versions 8.2 onward (tested with versions 9.0 and 9.1).</p> <p>"chekika_ACS_estimation.sas" is example SAS code calling the acs macro to analyze the Chekika <i>Aletris</i> <i>bracteata</i> example data sets.</p> <p>"chekika_1.csv" is an example data set in ASCII comma-delimited format from adaptive cluster sampling of <i>A. bracteata</i> at Chekika, Everglades National Park, with 1-m<sup>2</sup> quadrats.</p> <p>"chekika_2.csv" is an example data set in ASCII comma-delimited format from adaptive cluster sampling of <i>A. bracteata</i> at Chekika, Everglades National Park, with 4-m<sup>2</sup> quadrats.</p> <p>"philippi.3.1.zip" metadata file generated by morpho, including both xml and css.</p> </blockquote> <p> </p>