Tom Leinster and Christina A. Cobbold. 2012. Measuring diversity: the importance of species similarity. Ecology 93:477–489.


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Example R code illustrating the calculation of diversity profiles.
Ecological Archives E093-045-S1.

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Author(s)

Tom Leinster
School of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Glasgow
University Gardens
Glasgow G12 8QW
UK
E-mail: Tom.Leinster@glasgow.ac.uk

Christina A. Cobbold
School of Mathematics and Statistics
University of Glasgow
University Gardens
Glasgow G12 8QW
UK
E-mail: Christina.Cobbold@glasgow.ac.uk


File list

DiversityProfileExample.r (md5: e3f0737ddb6e0342213d9c8d74751f85)
DeVriesAbundanceData.csv (md5: ee05019a200a451c06dc7144b9241498)
DeVriesSimilarityMatrix.csv (md5: f8768e30cf1abcbe9f539076ea816c41)

Description

DiversityProfileExample.r contains code to reproduce Example 3 from the paper, which uses Butterfly data from DeVries et al (1997).

DeVriesAbundanceData.csv contains abundance data for Example 3.

DeVriesSimilarityMatrix.csv contains a similarity matrix for Example 3.


Literature Cited

DeVries, P. J., Murray, D. and Lande, R. 1997. Species diversity in vertical, horizontal and temporal dimensions of a fruit-feeding butterfly community in an Ecuadorian rainforest. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 62:343–364