butterfly: Genetics-Ecology-Environment Triple

butterflyR Documentation

Genetics-Ecology-Environment Triple

Description

This data set contains environmental and genetics informations about 16 Euphydryas editha butterfly colonies studied in California and Oregon.

Usage

data(butterfly)

Format

butterfly is a list with the following components:

xy

a data frame with the two coordinates of the 16 Euphydryas editha butterfly colonies

envir

a environmental data frame of 16 sites - 4 variables

genet

a genetics data frame of 16 sites - 6 allele frequencies

contour

a data frame for background map (California map)

Spatial

an object of the class SpatialPolygons of sp, containing the map

Source

McKechnie, S.W., Ehrlich, P.R. and White, R.R. (1975). Population genetics of Euphydryas butterflies. I. Genetic variation and the neutrality hypothesis. Genetics, 81, 571–594.

References

Manly, B.F. (1994) Multivariate Statistical Methods. A primer. Second edition. Chapman & Hall, London. 1–215.

Examples

data(butterfly)

if(adegraphicsLoaded()) {
  if(requireNamespace("sp", quietly = TRUE)) {
    g1 <- s.label(butterfly$xy, Sp = butterfly$Spatial, pSp.col = "white", 
      porigin.include = FALSE, plot = FALSE)
    g2 <- table.value(dist(butterfly$xy), plot = FALSE)
    g3 <- s.value(butterfly$xy, dudi.pca(butterfly$envir, scan = FALSE)$li[, 1], 
      Sp = butterfly$Spatial, pori.inc = FALSE, pSp.col = "transparent", ppoints.cex = 2, 
        plot = FALSE)
    ## mt <- mantel.randtest(dist(butterfly$xy), dist(butterfly$gen), 99)
    G <- ADEgS(list(g1, g2, g3), layout = c(2, 2), plot = TRUE)
  }
} else {
  par(mfrow = c(2, 2))
  s.label(butterfly$xy, contour = butterfly$contour, inc = FALSE)
  table.dist(dist(butterfly$xy), labels = row.names(butterfly$xy)) # depends of mva
  s.value(butterfly$xy, dudi.pca(butterfly$envir, scan = FALSE)$li[,1], 
      contour = butterfly$contour, inc = FALSE, csi = 3)
  plot(mantel.randtest(dist(butterfly$xy), dist(butterfly$gen), 99),
      main = "genetic/spatial")
  par(mfrow = c(1,1))
}

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