Introduction to the Special Volume on "Ecology and Ecological Modeling in R"

Article English OPEN
Kneib, Thomas ; Petzoldt, Thomas (2007)
  • Publisher: Foundation for Open Access Statistics
  • Journal: Journal of Statistical Software (issn: 1548-7660)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.18637/jss.v022.i01

The third special volume in the "Foometrics in R" series of the Journal of Statistical Software collects a number of contributions describing statistical methodology and corresponding implementations related to ecology and ecological modelling. The scope of the papers ranges from theoretical ecology and ecological modelling to statistical methodology relevant for data analyses in ecological applications.
  • References (25)
    25 references, page 1 of 3

    Batut C, Belabas K, Bernardi D, Cohen H, Olivier M (2006). “User's Guide to PARI/GP, Version 2.3.0.” Technical Reference Manual. URL

    Bolker B (2007). Ecological Models and Data in R. Princeton University Press, Princeton. In press.

    Calenge C (2007). “Exploring Habitat Selection by Wildlife with adehabitat.” Journal of Statistical Software, 22(5). URL

    Caswell H (2001). Matrix Population Models: Construction, Analysis, and Interpretation. Sinauer, Sunderland, MA, 2nd edition.

    de Leeuw J (2005). “On Abandoning XLISP-STAT.” Journal of Statistical Software, 13(7), 1-5. URL

    de Leeuw J, Mair P (2007). “An Introduction to the Special Volume on 'Psychometrics in R'.” Journal of Statistical Software, 20(1). URL

    Dray S, Dufour AB (2007). “The ade4 Package: Implementing the Duality Diagram for Ecologists.” Journal of Statistical Software, 22(4). URL v22/i04/.

    Eastlake 3rd D, Manros C, Raymond E (2001). “Etymology of 'Foo'.” RFC 3092 (Informational). URL

    Goslee SC, Urban DL (2007). “The ecodist Package for Dissimilarity-Based Analysis of Ecological Data.” Journal of Statistical Software, 22(7). URL v22/i07/.

    Grosjean P, Denis K (2007). Zoo/'pkgPhytoImage Version 1.2-0. Computer-Assisted Plankton Image Analysis. User's Manual, URL

  • Related Research Results (1)
  • Metrics
    No metrics available
Share - Bookmark