Function rotates a multidimensional scaling result so
that its first dimension is parallel to an external (environmental
variable). The function can handle the results from
A result object from
A continuous environmental variable (vector of the same length as the number of points).
Remove missing values from the continuous variable
Other arguments (ignored).
The orientation and rotation are undefined in
multidimensional scaling. Functions
metaMDS can rotate their solutions to principal
components so that the dispersion of the points is highest on the
first dimension. Sometimes a different rotation is more intuitive,
MDSrotate allows rotation of the result so that the first
axis is parallel to a given external variable.
Function returns the original ordination result, but with
rotated scores (both site and species if available), and the
pc attribute of scores set to
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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