dynRB_Pn: Pairwise overlaps for each dimension

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) References Examples

Description

Function returns pairwise overlaps for each dimension n. Number of dynamic range boxes (steps) can be adjusted. Default: steps = 201

Usage

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dynRB_Pn(A = A, steps = 201, correlogram = FALSE, row_col = c(2, 2))

Arguments

A

Data frame, where the first column is a character vector containing the objects (e.g. species) and the other columns are numeric vectors (containing measurements).

steps

Number of range boxes. Default: steps = 201

correlogram

If TRUE, the correlogram for each species is shown. If FALSE, no correlogram is shown. Default: correlogram = FALSE

row_col

Number of rows and columns of the figures (correlogram for each species). Default: row_col = c(2, 2)

Value

Data frame containing the summarized overlaps for each pair of objects and dimension.

Author(s)

Manuela Schreyer manuelalarissa.schreyer@sbg.ac.at,
Wolfgang Trutschnig Wolfgang.Trutschnig@sbg.ac.at,
Robert R. Junker Robert.Junker@sbg.ac.at,
Jonas Kuppler Jonas.Kuppler@uni-duesseldorf.de,
Arne Bathke Arne.Bathke@sbg.ac.at

References

Junker RR, Kuppler J, Bathke AC, Schreyer ML, Trutschnig W (2016) Dynamic range boxes - A robust non-parametric approach to quantify size and overlap of n-dimensional hypervolumes. Methods in Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12611

Examples

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# example function dynRB_Pn
# for reliable results use steps = 201
data(finch2)
r<-dynRB_Pn(finch2, steps = 101)


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