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Multivariate Analysis for Community Ecologists Step-by-Step using PC-ORD

Handbook / Manual
By: JeriLynn E Peck(Author)
162 pages, b/w illustrations
Multivariate Analysis for Community Ecologists
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What are multivariate data?
How should I prepare my data?
Which analysis tools should I use?
What do they do?
Do they have weaknesses?
How do I interpret the output?

Multivariate Analysis for Community Ecologists: Step-by-Step using PC-ORD will help you answer these questions by providing a step-by-step process for approaching your multivariate community data analysis project. Simple explanations and diagrams explain the tools, recipes walk you though the process using the PC-ORD software, and guidance is given on everything from ensuring sampling independence to when to rotate an ordination. Each technique has sections on:

what it's good for
what it actually does
what it means
what you need in order to run it
what you get in the output
what you should know about its strengths and weaknesses
how to run it in PC-ORD v.6
when you should use it

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Handbook / Manual
By: JeriLynn E Peck(Author)
162 pages, b/w illustrations
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