Skip, As a work around you can subset your own data. All the values you will need to do your own PCA scatter plot is in the pseudoxy.PCA$pcscores. That way, you get to do choose the coloring scheme and symbols. From: Phillip Skipwith [mailto:pskipw...@gmail.com] Sent: Friday, January 5, 2018
Skip, It is difficult to troubleshoot this without seeing your full code and data file. If you send me those off-line I can try to take a look in the near future to identify what is going on. Dean Dr. Dean C. Adams Professor Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Organismal Biology
Hi, I'm using Geomorph to analyze a 3D landmark dataset. I'm having a number of issues both in subsetting my array and visualizing these data after Procrustes analysis. I'm working with a set of 28 specimens and 61 3D landmarks. Below is a sample of my .dta file from Landmark Editor.
Thanks Murat, I actually switched to the Landmark Editor software, which is much easier to use. On Wednesday, December 20, 2017 at 1:39:06 PM UTC-5, Murat Maga wrote: > > In my experience rgl tends to be slow with meshes with high number of > vertices. You may want to do your data collection