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The global spectrum of plant form and function
Earth is home to a remarkable diversity of plant forms and life histories, yet comparatively few essential trait combinations have proved evolutionarily viable in today’s terrestrial biosphere. ByExpand
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The ade4 Package-II: Two-table and K-table Methods
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The concept of animals' trajectories from a data analysis perspective
We present a new class of object of the R software, the class “ltraj” included in the package adehabitat, allowing the analysis of animals' trajectories. Expand
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A guide for using functional diversity indices to reveal changes in assembly processes along ecological gradients
Question Which functional diversity indices have the power to reveal changes in community assembly processes along abiotic stress gradients? Is their power affected by stochastic processes andExpand
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Assessing species and community functional responses to environmental gradients: which multivariate methods?
Question How do multivariate methods perform in relating species- and community-level trait responses to the environment? Location (1) Field data from grazed semi-natural grasslands, NEExpand
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Simple parametric tests for trait–environment association
Question: The CWM approach is an easy way of analysing trait–environment association by regressing (or correlating) the mean trait per plot against an environmental variable and assessing theExpand
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Reciprocal modulation of internal and external factors determines individual movements.
Movement is fundamental to individual and population dynamics, as it allows individuals to meet their basic requirements. Although movement patterns reflect interactions between internal and externalExpand
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Multivariate Analysis of Incomplete Mapped Data
We propose a new approach using GIS technology and NIPALS, an iterative multivariate method, to analyse the spatial patterns of this kind of data. Expand
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Disentangling good from bad practices in the selection of spatial or phylogenetic eigenvectors
Eigenvector mapping techniques are widely used by ecologists and evolutionary biologists to describe and control for spatial and/or phylogenetic patterns in their data. The selection of anExpand
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