AniMove 2020 postponed!

AniMove 2020 postponed!

We are postponing the 2020 AniMove course due to the current Corona crisis. We tried to wait for as long as it seemed responsible, but now we feel that we need to make the uncomfortable decision. In the view of the situation currently, the Max-Planck institute of...

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Application deadline for AniMove 2020 on Feb 15th

Application deadline for AniMove 2020 on Feb 15th

The application for AniMove 2020 at MPI close to Konstanz, Germany, is open until February 15th. Apply before the deadline to have the chance to spend two intensive weeks and learn animal movement analysis and remote sensing using R and QGIS. more details here:...

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AniMove 2020

AniMove 2020

After many discussions and considerations we decided to organize the next AniMove again in Germany. AniMove 2020 will take place at MPI in Möggingen (Germany, Lake Constance)! More details about dates, content, fees will be provided soon.

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new fully rewritten moveVis version

new fully rewritten moveVis version

the well-known moveVis R package for visualizing animal movement tracks together and with static or dynamic environmental information has been fully rewritten in order to address the shortcomings of the previous version. Most important changes: actual animation is...

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Short Courses

Short Courses

several interesting short courses for animal movement analysis are offered outside the AniMove curriculum and might be interesting for some of you: short course by Roland Kays: http://animove.org/event/short-course-on-analyzing-animal-tracking-data-2019/ short course...

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Short course by AniMove alumnis

Short course by AniMove alumnis

Two of our former AniMove participants, Andrew Purdon and Tegan Carpenter-King, offer together with colleagues a short course on R and its usage in animal movement and spatial data analysis in Botswana. They are covering a wider range ot topics than AniMove but great...

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AniMove 2019 at Yale, USA

AniMove 2019 at Yale, USA

finally we can announce officially the venue of our next AniMove as well as the date: AniMove summer school 2019 June 3rd – June 14th, 2019 Max Planck – Yale Center for Biodiversity Movement and Global Change New Haven, Connecticut, USA applications can be submitted...

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specialized ctmm AniMove at SCBI

specialized ctmm AniMove at SCBI

The AniMove “statistics for animal tracking data” at Smithsonian is a 5 day professional training course, that targets students, researchers and conservation practitioners that have collected animal relocation data and want to learn how to analyze these...

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