The exchangeability of shape

@inproceedings{Dujardin2010TheEO,
  title={The exchangeability of shape},
  author={Jean-Pierre AL Dujardin and Dramane Kaba and Amy B. Henry},
  booktitle={BMC Research Notes},
  year={2010}
}
Landmark based geometric morphometrics (GM) allows the quantitative comparison of organismal shapes. When applied to systematics, it is able to score shape changes which often are undetectable by traditional morphological studies and even by classical morphometric approaches. It has thus become a fast and low cost candidate to identify cryptic species. Due to inherent mathematical properties, shape variables derived from one set of coordinates cannot be compared with shape variables derived… CONTINUE READING

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