1- The functions you need are in base R, not in the geomorph package.
use the function strsplit() to split a character string by any character.
See related functions for alternatives for manipulating character strings.
2- yes. In MorphoJ, choose the dataset in the file tree then go to file,
export dataset and choose all of the items you wish to export.
On Tue, 21 Feb 2017 at 08:19, marcos patricio <marcos.patri...@gmail.com>
> Dear colleagues,
> I’m working with a 2D dataset from fly wings. I have run my analysis in
> MorphoJ where I did extract many classifiers from the ID string.
> Now, I’m working with the same dataset with Geomorph, because I want to do
> run some specific multivariate analysis but I have two specific questions
> I could not find the answer to:
> 1 – Is there any function in Geomorph that is similar to “Extract
> classifiers from ID string…” in MorphoJ?
> 2 – Is it possible in MorphoJ software to export/write a file with
> procrustes coordinates, Centroid size AND all the classifiers to an .csv,
> .txt or .xls file?
> Kind regards,
> Marcos Patrício Macedo, M.Sc.
> Laboratório de Biologia Evolutiva,
> Departamento de Genética e Morfologia
> Universidade de Brasília, Brasília, DF, 70910-900, Brasil
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