lyons.andy at gmail.com
Fri May 16 19:28:42 CEST 2014
Actually the hull metric nnsv is the number of separate visits to a hull
(where a separate visit is defined by the minimum inter-visit gap period
parameter) divided by the _hull area_. Any hull metric that says
'normalized' means normalized by area. I'll add that to the hull metric
description in the next update so it's more explicit. Andy
On 5/16/2014 1:47 AM, Anna Schweiger wrote:
> Sorry, I wrote the previous mail too quick.
> I think I figured it out: nsv... number of seperate visit, e.g.
> between 1 and 20 visits (let 20 be the maximum)
> nnsv ... normalised by maximimum of seperate visits, value between 0
> and 1, e.g. 8/20= 0.4.
> Don't want to flood the list....Greetings, Anna
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