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Ecological networks from abundance distributions

January 6, 2011
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Ecological networks from abundance distributions

Another grad student and I tried recently to make a contribution to our understanding of the relationship between ecological network structure (e.g., nestedness) and community structure (e.g., evenness)......Alas, I had no luck making new insights. How...

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New approach to analysis of phylogenetic community structure

January 5, 2011
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New approach to analysis of phylogenetic community structure

Anthony Ives, of University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Matthew Helmus of the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, present a new statistical method for analyzing phylogenetic community structure in an early view paper in Ecological Monographs. See th...

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Phylogenetic meta-analysis in R using Phylometa

December 28, 2010
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Phylogenetic meta-analysis in R using Phylometa

Here is some code to run Phylometa from R. Phylometa is a program that conducts phylogenetic meta-analyses. The great advantage of the approach below is that you can easily run Phylometa from R, and manipulate the output from Phylometa in R. Phylometa ...

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A new blog about using R for ecology and evolution

December 27, 2010
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A new blog about using R for ecology and evolution

I am starting this blog not because I am a seasoned code writer, but because I am learning how to use R specifically for ecology and evolution, and figured many others might have the same questions I have. If I find cool solutions I will post them here...

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