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mvabund – new R pkg for multivariate abundance data

March 19, 2012
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mvabund – new R pkg for multivariate abundance data

There is a new R package in town, mvabund, which does, as they say "statistical methods for analysing multivariate abundance data". The authors introduced the paper in an online early paper in Methods in Ecology and Evolution here, R package here. Th...

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Take the INNGE survey on math and ecology

February 17, 2012
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Many ecologists are R users, but we vary in our understanding of the math and statistical theory behind models we use. There is no clear consensus on what should be the basic mathematical training of ecologists. To learn what the community thinks, we ...

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Scraping Flora of North America

January 27, 2012
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So Flora of North America is an awesome collection of taxonomic information for plants across the continent. However, the information within is not easily machine readable. So, a little web scraping is called for. rfna is an R package to collect inf...

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RNetLogo – A package for running NetLogo from R

January 23, 2012
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Described in a new Methods in Ecology and Evolution paper here, a new R package RNetLogo allows you to use NetLogo from R. NetLogo is software is a "multi-agent programmable modeling environment". NetLogo can be used in individual- and agent-based mod...

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