Non-parametric habitat models with automatic interactions

@inproceedings{McCune2006NonparametricHM,
  title={Non-parametric habitat models with automatic interactions},
  author={Bruce. McCune},
  year={2006}
}
  • Bruce. McCune
  • Published 2006
Questions: Can a statistical model be designed to represent more directly the nature of organismal response to multiple interacting factors? Can multiplicative kernel smoothers be used for this purpose? What advantages does this approach have over more traditional habitat modelling methods? Methods: Non-parametric multiplicative regression (NPMR) was developed from the premises that: the response variable has a minimum of zero and a physiologically-determined maximum, species respond… CONTINUE READING
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