## Ordination methods for community ecology

### Taiwan Endemic Species Research Centre

### JiJi Township, Taiwan

### April 17-19, 2016

## Pierre Legendre

### Université de Montréal

**This page contains links to various documents and programs
that will be used during the course**

Course outline, JiJi 2016

**Documents in PDF format**

**Day 1**

"Algebra of Principal Component, Correspondence, and Principal Coordinate Analyses" (Teaching document)

"File: Script_graphic_rotation_3-D.pdf" (R demonstration)

"From classical to canonical ordination"
(Chapter)

"Contingency table analysis" (Teaching document)

"Transformations for ordination of species data" (Chapter extract)

"Ordination methods
for community composition data" (Figure)

**Day 2**

"Some measures of resemblance" (Teaching document)

"Symmetrical and asymmetrical coefficients" (Teaching document)

"Is Miss America an undernourished role model?" (Article)

"Multiple regression: computing the parameters by matrix inversion"
(Teaching document)

"R-square, adjusted R-square, AIC, F-statistic" (Chapter extract)

"Polynomial regression,
trend surface analysis" (Teaching document)

"Partial linear regression and variation partitioning" (Chapter extract)

"Partial and semipartial correlation" (Chapter extract)

**Day 3**

"Statistical tests, permutation tests"
(Chapter extract)

"Multiple regression
with permutation test" (R function)

"Permutation test summary"
(Classroom notes)

"Canonical analysis" (Classroom notes)

"General linear model" (Classroom notes)

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**Practicals in R**

Practicals last updated in April 2016

Folder containing practicals using the R statistical language

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**
R functions and
PDF reprints from the lab of Pierre Legendre**