Pairwise overlaps for each dimension

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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)