Combines phylogeny and data to ensure that tips in phylogeny match data and that observations with missing values are removed. This function uses variables provided in the 'formula' argument to:
Remove NA's: Check if there is any row with NA in the variables included in the formula. All rows containing NA will be removed from the data
Match data and phy: Check if tips from phylogeny match rownames in data. Tips not present in data and phy will be removed from the phylogeny and data
Return matched data and phy: The returned data has no NA in the variables included in 'formula' and only rows that match phylogeny tips. Returned phy has only tips that match data
Used internally in
tree_phyglm and all function analysing interactions.
Users can also directly use this function to combine a phylogeny and a dataset.
The model formula
Data frame containing species traits with row names matching tips
A phylogeny (class 'phylo' or 'multiphylo')
Print the number of species that match data and phylogeny and warnings. We highly recommend to use the default (verbose = T), but warning and information can be silenced for advanced use.
Further arguments to be passed to
This function uses all variables provided in the 'formula' to match data and phylogeny. To avoid cropping the full dataset, 'match_dataphy' searches for NA values only on variables provided by formula. Missing values on other variables, not included in 'formula', will not be removed from data. If no species names are provided as row names in the dataset but the number of rows in the dataset is the same as the number of tips in the phylogeny, the function assumes that the dataset and the phylogeny are in the same order.
This ensures consistency between data and phylogeny only for the variables that are being used in the model (set by 'formula').
If phy is a 'multiphylo' object, all phylogenies will be cropped to match data. But the dataset order will only match the first tree provided. The returned phylogeny will be a 'multiphylo' object.
match_dataphy returns a list with the following
data: Cropped dataset matching phylogeny
phy: Cropped phylogeny matching data
dropped: Species dropped from phylogeny and removed from data.
If tips are removed from the phylogeny and data or if rows containing missing values are removed from data, a message will be printed with the details. Further, the final number of species that match data and phy will always be reported by a message.
Caterina Penone & Gustavo Paterno
This function is largely inspired by the function
comparative.data in caper package
David Orme, Rob Freckleton, Gavin Thomas, Thomas Petzoldt, Susanne Fritz, Nick Isaac and Will Pearse
(2013). caper: Comparative Analyses of Phylogenetics and Evolution in R. R package version 0.5.2.
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# Load data: data(alien) head(alien$data) # Match data and phy based on model formula: comp.data <- match_dataphy(gestaLen ~ homeRange, data = alien$data, alien$phy[]) # Check data: head(comp.data$data) # Check phy: comp.data$phy # See species dropped from phy or data: comp.data$dropped # Example2: # Match data and phy based on model formula: comp.data2 <- match_dataphy(gestaLen ~ adultMass, data = alien$data, alien$phy) # Check data (missing data on variables not included in the formula are preserved) head(comp.data2$data) # Check phy: comp.data2$phy # See species dropped from phy or data: comp.data2$dropped
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