Analyses with the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology (METE)


Fits and plots macroecological patterns predicted by the Maximum Entropy Theory of Ecology (METE)


Package: meteR
Type: Package
Version: 1.0
Date: 2014-01-04
License: GPL-2


Andy Rominger, Cory Merow, John Harte

Maintainer: Cory Merow


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Harte, J. (2011). Maximum entropy and ecology: a theory of abundance, distribution, and energetics. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

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