Measuring biological diversity using Euclidean metrics

@article{Champely2004MeasuringBD,
  title={Measuring biological diversity using Euclidean metrics},
  author={Stephane Champely and Daniel Chessel},
  journal={Environmental and Ecological Statistics},
  year={2004},
  volume={9},
  pages={167-177}
}
We study the complementary use of Rao's theory of diversity (1986) and Euclidean metrics. The first outcome is a Euclidean diversity coefficient. This index allows to measure the diversity in a set of species beyond their relative abundances using biological information about the dissimilarity between the species. It also involves geometrical interpretations and graphical representations. Moreover, several populations (e.g., different sites) can be compared using a Euclidean dissimilarity… CONTINUE READING
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