Description Usage Arguments Value Note Author(s) See Also Examples

The ‘clique.test’ function analyzes within-clique variability in attributes of objects other than those used to calculate the similarity relation. If the cliques exhibit a narrower range of values than expected at random it may be that the variable analyzed has an underlying role in determining the attributes on which the similarity is calculated.

1 | ```
clique.test(cliq,env,minsize=2,plotit=FALSE)
``` |

`cliq` |
an object of class ‘clique’ |

`env` |
a continuous environmental variable to test |

`minsize` |
the minimum size clique to test for range |

`plotit` |
a switch to control plotting each clique individually |

Produces a vector of probabilities, one for each clique that expresses the probability of obtaining a range of ‘env’ as small as observed. Also produces a plot of the sorted probabilities on the current device.

The ‘clique.test’ function actually calls the
`envrtest`

function once for each clique and stores the
associated probability as determined by `envrtest`

David W. Roberts droberts@montana.edu

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