Re: [R-sig-eco] The final result of TWINSPAN

2011-04-14 Thread Jari Oksanen
On 14/04/11 10:37 AM, Yong Zhang 2010202...@njau.edu.cn wrote: Dear all, I conducted the two-way indicator species analysis using TWINSPAN program, and following is the final result: 0111 00011011

Re: [R-sig-eco] The final result of TWINSPAN

2011-04-14 Thread Gavin Simpson
Dear Yong, This *is* a list about R. Your question has *nothing* to do with R. Please ask such questions elsewhere, like the ORDNEWS list. On Thu, 2011-04-14 at 15:37 +0800, Yong Zhang wrote: snip / I conducted the two-way indicator species analysis using TWINSPAN program, and following is the

Re: [R-sig-eco] The final result of TWINSPAN

2011-04-26 Thread Dave Roberts
Dear List, Earlier this year on an (undoubtedly ill-advised) lark I coded up an R version of TWINSPAN. It's far from a polished package at this point, but the code does run. One of the interesting features is that you can partition a PCO or NMDS in addition to the traditional CA. To be

Re: [R-sig-eco] The final result of TWINSPAN

2011-04-26 Thread Jari Oksanen
On 27/04/11 00:40 AM, Dave Roberts dvr...@ecology.msu.montana.edu wrote: Earlier this year on an (undoubtedly ill-advised) lark I coded up an R version of TWINSPAN. It's far from a polished package at this point, but the code does run. One of the interesting features is that you can

Re: [R-sig-eco] The final result of TWINSPAN

2011-04-27 Thread Dave Roberts
Dear Zoltan, Thanks for the note. The R function I wrote does in fact follow the Roleček et al protocol, and that's partly what motivated the idea to write it up. Lubomír Tichý, Petr Smilauer, and Laco Mucina have all contributed information in the development, but I've still been stymied