Multivariate statistics for the environmental sciences

@inproceedings{Shaw2003MultivariateSF,
  title={Multivariate statistics for the environmental sciences},
  author={Peter A. Shaw},
  year={2003}
}
This book introduces the most commonly used techniques for dealing with multivariate data; the sort of multi-species multi-chemical data sets that are routinely encountered in environmental investigations. It assumes prior knowledge of multivariate analyses and requires no mathematics beyond simple linear equations. The topics covered include diversity indices, multiple regression, cluster analysis, and the commoner ordination techniques (principal components analysis, detreded correspondence… CONTINUE READING

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