Camelot is designed with integration in mind. This page describes the process around some common integrations.
CamtrapR assumes images to be stored in certain ways in order to read-in data for analysing. Camelot itself does not store data in this way.
Instead, Camelot has two CamtrapR-specific reports:
- Camera Trap Export
- Record Table
These reports provide data in an equivalent format to CamtrapR’s
Here’s an example of how these might be used in R to generate a species richness plot:
recordtable = read.csv("record-table_yyyy-mm-dd_xxxx.csv") # read the Record Table report camtraps = read.csv("camera-traps_yyyy-mm-dd_xxxx.csv") # read the Camera Trap Export report Maps <- detectionMaps(CTtable = camtraps, recordTable = recordtable, Xcol = "gps_x", Ycol = "gps_y", stationCol = "Station", speciesCol = "Species", printLabels = TRUE, richnessPlot = TRUE, speciesPlots = FALSE )