Biometry: The Principles and Practice of Statistics in Biological Research
This chapter discusses statistical power and sample size in the Analysis of Variance, as well as meta-Analysis and Miscellaneous Methods, and some of the methods used in meta-analysis.
NTSYS-pc Numerical Taxonomy and Multivariate Analysis System, version 2.1: Owner manual
Biometry: The Principles and Practice of Statistics in Biological Research (2nd ed.).
Extensions of the Procrustes Method for the Optimal Superimposition of Landmarks
Superimposition methods for comparing configurations of landmarks in two or more specimens are reviewed. These methods show differences in shape among specimens as residuals after rotation,…
The tps series of software
- F. Rohlf
- Computer Science
- 12 June 2015
The development and the present state of the “tps” series of software for use in geometric morphometrics on Windows-based computers are described and used in hundreds of studies in mammals and other organisms.
Geometric morphometrics: Ten years of progress following the ‘revolution’
This paper briefly update the discussion in that paper and summarize the advances in the ten years since the paper by Rohlf and Marcus (1993) and speculate on future directions in morphometric analysis.
Introduction to biostatistics
Introduction to Biostatistics , Introduction to Biostatistics , کتابخانه مرکزی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تهران
THE COMPARISON OF DENDROGRAMS BY OBJECTIVE METHODS
The cophenetic correlations which will be developed below provide an extremely simple and effective method for comparing dendrograms of various sorts.
Shape Statistics: Procrustes Superimpositions and Tangent Spaces
- F. Rohlf
- 1 July 1999
The shape of a set of labeled points corresponds to those attributes of the configuration that are invariant to the effects of translation, rotation, and scale. Procrustes distance may be used to…
COMPARATIVE METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CONTINUOUS VARIABLES: GEOMETRIC INTERPRETATIONS
- F. Rohlf
- Environmental ScienceEvolution; international journal of organic…
- 1 November 2001
It is shown that uncentered correlations and regressions through the origin using the PIC method are identical to those obtained using PGLS with an intercept included in the model, and the PA method is shown to have several problems that limit its usefulness in comparative studies.