Below are detailed plots describing relations between species detectability, occurrence, subpopulation colonization, and subpopulation extinction.
Fig.1: Upper panel: Distribution of the mean bias in *p*^ for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean bias for *p*^ (minimum sample size per bar=50), with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Lower panel: Distribution of the *p*^ mean 95% credible interval widths for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean 95% credible interval widths, with the black dot representing the grand mean.
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Fig.2: Upper panel: Distribution of the mean bias in *ψ*^ for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean bias for *ψ*^ (minimum sample size per bar=50), with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Lower panel: Distribution of the *ψ*^ mean 95% credible interval widths for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean 95% credible interval widths, with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Fig.3: Upper panel: Distribution of the mean bias in *γ*^ for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean bias for *γ*^ (minimum sample size per bar=50), with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Lower panel: Distribution of the mean bias in (1-*φ*)^ for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean bias for (1-*φ*)^ (minimum sample size per bar=50), with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Fig.4 Upper panel: Distribution of the *γ*^ mean 95% credible interval widths for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean 95% credible interval widths, with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Lower panel: Distribution of the (1-*φ*)^ mean 95% credible interval widths for differing levels of *p* given *ψ*. Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean 95% credible interval widths, with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Fig.5: Upper panel: Distribution of the mean bias in *γ*^ and (1-*φ*)^ for differing levels of *p* given *γ* and (1-*φ*). Each arrow bar is a 95% confidence interval on the mean bias for *γ*^ and (1-*φ*)^ (minimum sample size per bar=50), with the black dot representing the grand mean.
Lower panel: Distribution of the *γ*^ and (1-*φ*)^ credible interval widths for differing levels of *p* given *γ* and (1-*φ*), with the black dot representing the mean 95% credible interval width across the repetitions. |