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Table 1 Summary of the data sets

From: A path reconstruction method integrating dead-reckoning and position fixes applied to humpback whales

Whale DTAG ID FGPS ID Initial position Track duration Position fixes Model runtime
Latitude Longitude Visual FGPS
°N °E h # # h
1 mn11_157a 29 420 75.141 14.603 14.7 105 451 22.5
2 mn11_158a 29 409 74.832 16.715 7.6 70 20 0.8
3 mn11_160a 29 409 74.651 15.236 13.0 116 0 1.0
4 mn11_165e 29 409 78.074 11.824 11.3 123 205 7.6
5 mn11_176b - 77.563 12.537 2.9 44 - 0.2
6 mn12_161a 29 420, 29 510 77.556 11.277 10.9 186 0 2.6
7 mn12_164a 29 409 77.798 10.073 7.7 122 391 17.1
8 mn12_164b 29 409 77.824 9.793 3.8 68 100 2.3
9 mn12_170b 29 409 77.512 11.633 8.3 87 249 21.6
10 mn12_171b 29 409, 29 510 79.032 10.612 7.8 127 646 78.4
11 mn12_178a 29 420 74.867 17.767 7.6 50 159 4.2
12 mn12_179a 29 420 74.051 20.675 8.5 75 202 6.0
13 mn12_180b 29 409, 29 420 73.993 20.398 7.6 115 730 54.7
  1. For each humpback whale are given the IDs of the DTAG and Fastloc-GPS loggers, geographical coordinates of the initial observed position, track duration, number of position fixes obtained by visual observation and Fastloc-GPS, and computational runtime of the model. The DTAG ID contains information about the species, year, Julian day and tag-of-day; for example, ‘mn11_157a’ refers to the first tag (‘a’) deployed on a humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) on day 157 of 2011