These functions calculate the taxonomic measures presented in Miranda-Esquivel (2016). The package introduces Jack-knife resampling in evolutionary distinctiveness prioritization analysis, as a way to evaluate the support of the ranking in area prioritization, and the persistence of a given area in a conservation analysis. The algorithm is described in: Miranda-Esquivel, D (2016) <DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-22461-9_11>.
|Author||Daniel R. Miranda-Esquivel|
|Date of publication||2016-03-06 17:50:38|
|Maintainer||Daniel R. Miranda-Esquivel <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
Best.Index: Jack-knife indices in a single topology m times and evaluates...
Calculate.Index: Indices values and Jack-knife indices for a single topology.
Children: Children of a node.
distribution: Distribution of five taxa.
IndexI: I index value for a single topology.
IndexW: W index value for a single topology.
Multi.Index.Calc: Jack-knife indices in n topologies one time.
Multi.Jack: Jack-knife indices in n topologies m times.
Multitaxon1: Multitaxon example.
Rank.Indices: Rank indices.
Read.Data: Read distributions.
Sum.Indices.2.Topologies: Sums two tables with indices values.
taxon1: A tree and the distribution of the taxa.
tree: A tree with five terminals.
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