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of Instability in Ordination by Jari Oksanen
tools for Natural Resources- useful links compiled at the
School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri.
introduction to Ordination - lecture notes by Connie Clark
Bibliography of Canonical Correspondence Analysis and related
constrained ordination methods 1986-1993 by H. J. B. Birks,
Sylvia M. Peglar, and Heather A. Austin
STATISTICS: Revealing Facts From Figures. An excellent hyper-linked
introductory course to statistics, including methods related
to ordination (and certainly not geared only to business).
analysis - a thorough introduction to the French School of
Correspondence Analysis; the terminology is slightly different
than from most ecological applications.
analysis from NCSU
- Fuzzy Set Ordination
Web Page, maintained by Richard Boyce
to CCA Bibliography 1986-1996 by H.J.B. Birks
Scaling, by StatSoft
Data Analysis - a wide variety of links by "Chemometrics
from A to Z"
Statistics: an Introduction - an excellent hyperlinked tutorial
in multivariate statistics
Techniques from Manchester Metropolitan University
Software for Clustering - a short review of programs and
packages available for public access, by anonymous ftp, Gopher
or World-Wide Web by F. Murtagh.
Software Links - this site
Components and Factor Analysis, by StatSoft
Biology links- a large number of links compiled by Henryk
Rozycki, related to quantitative applications (including phylogeny,
clustering, ordination, and modeling) in microbiology and related
the CCA Bibliography 1986-1996
ORDINATION AND MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS - a resource compiled
by Lennart Nilsen
Mathematical Life Sciences Archives WWW Server for Statistics
and Analysis - links to software and other electronic resources
compiled at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
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