Plotting 6 ordinations using euclidean distance, manhattan distance, chord distance, Canberra distance, Bray-Curtis distance (`vegdist`

) and correlation as distance respectively. Transformation of scores can be adjusted according to x'= x exp(y). All ordinations (`pco`

) superimposed to PCA solution (`pca`

) by `procrustes`

analysis.

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`veg` |
A vegetation data frame, releves are rows, species columns |

`y` |
Transformation of species scores: x'= x exp(y) |

`...` |
Additional plot paramteters, see par. |

`reversals` |
Vector reversals=c(0,0,0,0,0,0). When set to 1 the corresponding plot is mirrored vertically. |

`x` |
An object of class "pcovar". |

An object of class "pcovar" with at least the following items:

`nrel ` |
The number of releves |

`nspec ` |
The number of species |

`y` |
Transformation of species scores: x'= x exp(y) |

`euclidpca` |
PCA coordinates, euclid used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`euclidpco` |
PCO coordinates, euclid used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`manhpco` |
PCO coordinates, manhattan used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`manhpca` |
PCA coordinates, manhattan used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`cordpco` |
PCO coordinates, chord distance used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`cordpca` |
PCA coordinates, chord distance used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`canpco` |
PCO coordinates, canberra dist. used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`canpca` |
PCA coordinates, canberry dist. used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`bpco` |
PCO coordinates, Bray-Curtis dist. used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`bpca` |
PCA coordinates, Bray-Curtis dist. used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`corpco` |
PCO coord., correlation as dist. used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

`corpca` |
PCA coord., correlation as dist. used, adjusted by procrustes analysis |

This function serves primarily instructional purposes

Otto Wildi

Wildi, O. 2013. Data Analysis in Vegetation Ecology. 2nd ed. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.

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