[R] partial mantel

abunn@mymail.msu.montana.edu abunn at mymail.msu.montana.edu
Fri Sep 12 16:21:43 CEST 2003

Dean Urban at Duke University has an S+ library that will do full and partial Mantel Tests. I know that it has been ported to R sucessfully.


EcoDist is a library of functions for S-plus, to perform a variety of analyses based on ecolgical distance or dissimilarity, written primarily by Sarah Goslee. This is not yet ready for release, but if you're interested in trying a preliminary version, contact deanu at duke.edu. 

----- Original Message -----
From: Bouget Christophe
Sent: 9/12/2003 7:19:14 AM
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Subject: [R] partial mantel

> Dear all,
> Has anyone written R code for partial Mantel Tests- as described for
> instance in Legtendre & Legendre (1998) ?
> In other words, in a community ecology analysis, I would like to calculate
> the correlation between two dissimilarity matrices, controlling for a third
> distance matrix representing geographical distances between sites.
> Thanks! 
> Christophe Bouget
> Biodiversité et gestion des forêts de plaine - Ecosylv
> Ecosystèmes forestiers et paysages
> Institut de recherches pour l'ingénierie de l'agriculture et de
> l'environnement - CEMAGREF
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