Multivariate Analysis of Ecological Data using CANOCO 5, 2nd edition

Petr Šmilauer & Jan Lepš

Cambridge University Press, May 2014
ISBN 978-1-107-69440-8 (paperback)

This page provides support for our book published by the Cambridge University Press, offering data sets and project files for the analyses discussed in the book, additional comments, errata, etc.
This book started as study materials for our international course on multivariate analysis that we teach regularly here in Ceske Budejovice.


We offer the datasets in two forms:

(1) As a single PKZIP file, containing individual files arranged into subdirectories corresponding to individual book chapters

(2) As individual PKZIP files for each of the chapters:
Chapter 4 (Basics of gradient analysis)
Chapter 5 (Permutation tests and variation partitioning)
Chapter 6 (Similarity measures and similarity-based methods)
Chapter 7 (Classification methods)
Chapter 8 (Regression methods)
Chapter 12 (Case Study 1: Variation in forest bird assemblages)
Chapter 13 (Case Study 2: Search for community composition patterns...)
Chapter 14 (Case Study 3: Separating the effects of explanatory variables)
Chapter 15 (Case Study 4: Evaluation of experiments in randomized complete blocks)
Chapter 16 (Case Study 5: Analysis of repeated observations of species composition...)
Chapter 17 (Case Study 6: Hierarchical analysis of crayfish community variation)
Chapter 18 (Case Study 7: Analysis of taxonomic data with ...)
Chapter 19 (Case Study 8: Separating effects of space and environment ...)
Chapter 20 (Case Study 9: Performing linear regression with RDA)
R Workspace for examples using R in the book



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To contact the authors, send E-mail message to Petr Smilauer.