A list with a) a list of 16 point patterns (with the ppp format of
spatstat) of Croton wagneri in Soutern Ecuador; b) a factor with different elevations ("high", "slow") and c) a factor with different topographical conditions ("steep" or "flat" slope) for each point pattern. Each point pattern is actually the result of a random thining (50 percent) of the original pattern analyzed by Ramon et al. (in revision).
Ramon, P., De la Cruz, M., Chacon-Labella, J. & Escudero, A. (in revision). A new two-way ANOVA-like method for analyzing replicated point patterns in ecology.