The Interpretation of Ecological Data. A Primer on Classification and Ordination

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  • Book
  • 288 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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A detailed introduction to the methods used by ecologists––classification and ordination––to clarify and interpret large, unwieldy masses of multivariate field data. Permits ecologists to understand, not just mechanically use, pre–packaged programs for multivariate analysis. Demonstrates these techniques using artificial data simple enough for every analytical step to be understood.
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Classification by Clustering.

Transforming Data Matrices.

Ordination.

Divisive Classification.

Discriminant Ordination.

Answers to Exercises.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Index.
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E. C. Pielou
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