Software developed by the researchers in the Statistical Ecology research group. The license information, rights of use and additional information can be found under each individual program entry or from the readme file within the program download.
RAFM and driftsel
RAFM and driftsel are Bayesian R packages for evolutionary quantitative genetics. RAFM can be used to estimate population genetic structure from neutral marker data. driftsel combines the output of RAFM with quantitative trait data to examine if trait divergence can be explained by the null hypothesis of neutral drift.
Hierarchical Modelling of Species Communities (HMSC) is a model-based approach for analyzing community ecological data. HMSC partitions variation in species occurrences to components that relate to environmental filtering, species interactions, and random processes.
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