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Computational Ecology and Software, 2020, 10(4): 162-185

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MARETEC, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade Tecnica de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal

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Sigmoid-shaped curves are often used to estimate the probability of individuals surviving or becoming fecund (response: y) given some characteristic like age or size (predictor: x). However, the individual observations of y used to calibrate the curve are binary (0 or 1) because each individual either survived or not, and was fecund or not. A Matlab-based software is here demonstrated by fitting Gompertz and Weibull curves to the probabilities of the red alga

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