Nicholas M. Fountain-Jones, Gregory J. Jordan, Thomas P. Baker, Jayne M. Balmer, Tim Wardlaw, and Susan C. Baker. 2015. Living near the edge: Being close to mature forest increases the rate of succession in beetle communities. Ecological Applications 25:800811. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0334.1


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R code used in this study.
Ecological Archives A025-047-S1.

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Nicholas M. Fountain-Jones
School of Biological Sciences
University of Tasmania
PO Box 55 Hobart, Tasmania 7001
[email protected]

Gregory J. Jordan
School of Biological Sciences
University of Tasmania
PO Box 55 Hobart, Tasmania 7001
[email protected]

Thomas P. Baker
School of Biological Sciences
University of Tasmania
PO Box 55 Hobart, Tasmania 7001
[email protected]

Jayne M. Balmer
School of Land and Food
University of Tasmania
PO Box 78, Hobart, Tasmania 7001
[email protected]

Tim Wardlaw
Forestry Tasmania
79 Melville Street, Hobart, Tasmania 7001
[email protected]

Sue Baker
Forestry Tasmania
79 Melville Street, Hobart, Tasmania 7001
[email protected]


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Rcode.txt (MD5: 251ee8b60b55024dd4aabc0f4903aa6a)

Description

R code used to run nonlinear CAP analysis (adapted from Millar et al. 2005) and Gradient Forest (adapted from Pitcher et al., 2011). The first section is the source code required to run NCAP, the second section is the NCAP executable and the third section is the executable to run gradient forests. To run this program requires the packages 'Extended forests' and 'Gradient forests', both available from R archive network (CRAN; cran.r-project.org).

Literature cited

Millar, R. B., M. J. Anderson, and G. Zunun. 2005. Fitting nonlinear environmental gradients to community data: a general distance-based approach. Ecology 86:2245–2251.