Data from: Richards’s equation and nonlinear mixed models applied to avian growth: why use them?

Walter S. Svagelj, Agustina Gómez Laich & Flavio Quintana
Postnatal growth is an important life-history trait that varies widely across avian species, and several equations with a sigmoidal shape have been used to model it. Classical three-parameter models have an inflection point fixed at a percentage of the upper asymptote which could be an unrealistic assumption generating biased fits. The Richards model emerged as an interesting alternative because it includes an extra parameter that determines the location of the inflection point which can move...
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