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TRIM - frequently asked questions
This list is updated in March 2003 for TRIM release 3.2.
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Adding a new year to the data results in changes of indices in earlier years. Is that correct?
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Are there any requirements to the data?
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How can you see if the model fits?
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How should one assess the best fitting model in case of overdispersion and/or serial correlation?
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How to interpret the overall trend?
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How to interpret the standard errors of indices?
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Is it possible to name the categories within a covariate?
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Is it possible to open outputfiles generated in earlier TRIM runs?
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Is it possible to put all species data in one file and then assess indices for all species in one run?
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Is it possible to test the significance of change between two years?
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Is it possible to treat monthly and yearly data simultaneously?
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Is lack-of-fit of the model relevant in case there are few missing counts?
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Is there any lower limit in the number of sites to be meaningful? Not really, but few sites will usually result in large standard errors of the indices and trends.
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TRIM generates additive and multiplicative parameters. Which are to be preferred?
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TRIM generates model indices as well as imputed indices. Which are to be preferred?
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What are the advantages of incorporating covariates in the model?
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What do error messages mean as "model error: zero observations for changepoint at time 3"?
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What do error messages mean as "model error: zero observations for changepoint at time 3, category 1"?
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What do the error messages "invalid floating point operation", "singular matrix", "diverging parameters" mean?
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What does the error message "too many parameters" mean?
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What does the error message "unexpected value site." mean?
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What if the data are not Poisson distributed?
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What if the model does not fit?
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What is a covariate?
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What is overdispersion and what is its impact on the indices?
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What is the impact of serial correlation on the indices?
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What is the meaning of the 20-year period in Appendix C in the TRIM manual concerning the overall slope?
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What is the meaning of the stepwise procedure to select change points?
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What is the meaning of the Wald test for significance of deviations from linear trend?
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What is the use of the "no time effects model"?
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Which model should one use: the time-effects model or the linear trend model?
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Which proportion of missing values in the data is allowed?
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Which year should be chosen as the base time year?
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Why are the default p-values in the stepwise selection 0.2 and 0.15 instead of 0.05?
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Why has no bootstrapping being applied to assess standard errors of indices?
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