BIOdry: Multilevel Modeling of Dendroclimatical Fluctuations

Multilevel ecological data series (MEDS) are sequences of observations ordered according to temporal/spatial hierarchies that are defined by sample designs, with sample variability confined to ecological factors. Dendroclimatic MEDS of tree rings and climate are modeled into normalized fluctuations of tree growth and aridity. Modeled fluctuations (model frames) are compared with Mantel correlograms on multiple levels defined by sample design. Package implementation can be understood by running examples in modelFrame(), and muleMan() functions.

Install the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("BIOdry")
AuthorWilson Lara <wilarhen@gmail.com>, Felipe Bravo <fbravo@pvs.uva.es>
Date of publication2017-04-20 08:42:57 UTC
MaintainerWilson Lara <wilarhen@gmail.com>
LicenseGPL-3
Version0.5

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Functions

amod Man page
anova.modelFrame Man page
arguSelect Man page
BIOdry Man page
BIOdry-package Man page
cClass Man page
frametoLme Man page
levexp Man page
lmeForm Man page
modelFrame Man page
moveYr Man page
muleMan Man page
mUnits Man page
Pchron Man page
plot.modelFrame Man page
plot.muleMan Man page
plot.wlai Man page
Pradii03 Man page
Prec Man page
Prings05 Man page
PTclim05 Man page
ringApply Man page
rtimes Man page
scacum Man page
shiftFrame Man page
slitFrame Man page
summary.modelFrame Man page
tdForm Man page
Temp Man page
wlai Man page

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