U-CARE

AcronymDefinition
U-CAREUnexplained Cardiac Arrest Registry of Europe
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1987), MARK (White and Burnham 1999), and U-CARE (Choquet et al.
Five capture histories showed evidence of differences in capture probabilities of previously recaptured individuals relative to new captures (the transience test) in U-CARE, and two had excess deviance in the parametric bootstrap test (simulation GOF).
The contingency table GOF tests implemented in U-CARE also were severely limited by the sparseness of the data (only 42% of estimable capture histories could be tested using U-CARE).