hierDiversity: Hierarchical Multiplicative Partitioning of Complex Phenotypes

Hierarchical group-wise partitioning of phenotypic diversity into within-group (alpha), among-group (beta), and pooled-total (gamma) components using Hill numbers. Turnover and overlap are also calculated as standardized alternatives to beta diversity. Hierarchical bootstrapping is used to approximate uncertainty around each diversity component.

AuthorZachary Marion, James Fordyce, and Benjamin Fitzpatrick
Date of publication2015-03-20 18:05:19
MaintainerZachary Marion <zmarion@vols.utk.edu>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version0.1

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