The function jack-knifes the terminals and calculates the indices value m (=replicates) times.

1 2 | ```
Best.Index(tree = tree, distribution = distribution, jtip = jtip,
replicates = replicates, success = c(success))
``` |

`tree` |
is a single tree with n terminals, an ape phylo object. |

`distribution` |
species distributions in n areas, a data.frame |

`jtip` |
is the proportion of terminals to delete, real (range 0-1). |

`replicates` |
is the number of replicates, an integer. |

`success` |
the measure of the success, a vector. |

The function returns the success that correspond to obtain the same ranking for X,Y positions, established as the vector success (by default success)).

The function returns the success that corresponds to obtain the same ranking for X,Y positions, established as the vector success (by default success))

Miranda-Esquivel Daniel R.

1 2 3 4 5 | ```
library(jrich)
data(tree)
data(distribution)
Best.Index(tree = tree, distribution = distribution, jtip =0.5, replicates =10, success=1)
``` |

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