The following is a summary of the capture histories for a hypothetical collection of 100 fish. Use these results to find \(n_{i}\), \(m_{i}\), \(R_{i}\), and \(M_{i}\) for each sample to be used in the Schnabel multiple census method [Hint: Find \(n_{i}\) and \(m_{i}\) and then \(R_{i}\) and \(M_{i}\).]

## 00001; 00010; 00011; 00100; 00101; 00110; 00111; 01000; 01001; 01010; 
##     11     12      5     14      5      2      1     15      2      2 
## 01011; 01100; 01101; 01110; 10000; 10001; 10010; 10100; 10110; 11000; 
##      1      2      1      1      4      4      7      6      1      1 
## 11010; 11011; 11111; 
##      1      1      1

from Derek H. Ogle , created 27-Sep-15, updated 01-Oct-15, Comments/Suggestions.