[R] Is it possible to do Ripley's K and L functions analysis with R?

Alexandre F. Souza alexfadigas at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 29 00:34:06 CET 2002

Dear friends,

   I am studying the spatial distribution of trees in
a tropical swamp forest in Brazil, and the spatial
association between the trees and other forest and non
forest elements. These are point pattern analysis of
mapped data, preferentially done with the L function
of Ripley.
   I have recently discovererd the R-project and would
like to know whether it is possible to do these
analysis with the R environment. I would also like to
know if the R language is user-friendly, since I do
not have almost any experience with programming and
have to carry out a lot of extra field work.


Alexandre F. Souza
Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ecologia
Departamento de Botânica/IB
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Campinas, SP


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