Application Papers

Recognising the need for a citable description of new methods and techniques in ecology and evolution, our Application papers describe new software, equipment, or other practical tools, with the intention of promoting and maximising the uptake of these new approaches.

In order to disseminate the newest advances as broadly as possible, we are pleased to be able to offer free access to all Application papers published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Newest Applications


ENMevalA tool to asses plastics exposure in seabirds

Online 12th Spetember 2014

The authors developed a minimally invasive tool that allows for the detection of exposure to plastics in seabirds.
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ENMevalPyRate

Online 12th Spetember 2014

The authors present PyRate, a computer program to estimate speciation and extinction rates and their temporal dynamics from fossil occurrence data. The rates are inferred in a Bayesian framework and are comparable to those estimated from phylogenetic trees.
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ENMevalENMeval

Online 3rd Spetember 2014

ENMeval is an R package that: (1) creates datasets for k-fold cross validation using one of several methods for partitioning occurrence data (including options for spatially independent partitions), (2) builds a series of candidate models using Maxent with a variety of user-defined settings, and (3) provides multiple evaluation metrics to aid in selecting optimal model settings.
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Download ENMeavel [from CRAN]


mizermizer

Online 29th August 2014

The authors present mizer, an R package for implementing dynamic size spectrum ecological models of an entire aquatic community subject to fishing. Multiple fishing gears can be defined and fishing mortality can change through time making it possible to simulate a range of exploitation strategies and management options.
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Download mizer [from CRAN]


MEMGENEMEMGENE

Online 6th August 2014

The authors developed the MEMGENE package for R in order to detect and visualize relatively weak or cryptic spatial genetic patterns and aid researchers in generating hypotheses about the ecological processes that may underlie these patterns. MEMGENE provides a flexible set of R functions that can be used to modify the analysis.
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Download memgene [from CRAN]


Species ExtinctionA tool to infer species extinction

Online 23rd July 2014

The author uses the Pohnpei Mountain Starling Aplonis pelzelni to describe an Excel spreadsheet which infers extinction from a sighting record. The spreadsheet implements a Bayesian model which includes uncertainty around the prior, uncertain sightings and survey effort.
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Download the spreadsheet


agTrendRphylip

Online 19th July 2014

The authors present Rphylip, a new R interface for the PHYLIP package. Functions of Rphylip interface seamlessly with all of the major analysis functions of the PHYLIP package. This new interface will enable the much easier use of PHYLIP programs in an integrated R workflow.
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Download Rphylip [from CRAN]


agTrendagTrend

Online 18th July 2014

A method and open source R package agTrend for analyzing regional trends of abundance from sites with uneven sample schedules over space and time.
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Download agTrend


ModestRModestR

Online 30th May 2014

New version ModestR 2.0 makes it easy to download occurrence records from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF), to import shape files with species range maps such as those available at the website of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), to import KML files, to import CSV files with records of the users, to import ESRI ASCII grid probability files generated by distribution modelling software, and show the resulting records on a map.
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Download ModestR


MeCaMeCa

Online 28th May 2014

MeCa is a user-friendly MATLAB toolbox that contains different options – including the groundwater correction - for the calculation of metabolism.
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Download MeCa


E-SURGEE-SURGE

Online 10th May 2014

Occupancy models can be implemented in program E-SURGE, which was initially developed to analyse capture–recapture data in the HMM framework. Replacing individuals by sites provides the user with access to several features of E-SURGE that are not available altogether or just not available in standard occupancy software: i) flexible model specification through a user-friendly syntax without having to write custom code, ii) decomposition of the observation and state processes in several steps to provide flexible parameterisation, iii) up-to-date diagnostics of model identifiability, and iv) advanced numerical algorithms to produce fast and reliable results (including site random effects).
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Download E-SURGE


SynchronySDMtoolbox

Online 22nd April 2014

SDMtoolbox is a free comprehensive python-based toolbox for macroecology, landscape genetic and evolutionary studies to be used in ArcGIS 10.1 (or higher) with the Spatial Analyst extension. The toolkit simplifies many GIS analyses required for species distribution modeling and other analyses, alleviating the need for repetitive and time consuming climate data pre-processing and post-SDM analyses.
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Download SDMtoolbox, a user guide, and example data


SynchronyBAMMtools

Online 22nd April 2014

An R package for the analysis and visualization of macroevolutionary dynamics on phylogenetic trees. BAMMtools enables users to extract credible sets of diversification shifts and to identify diversification histories with the maximum a posteriori probability. Users can compare the fit of alternative diversification models using Bayes factors and by directly comparing model posterior probabilities.
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Download BAMMtools [from CRAN]


SynchronySynchrony

Online 28th March 2014

Synchrony provides modern parametric and non-parametric methods for (i) quantifying temporal and spatial patterns of auto- and cross-correlated variability in univariate, bivariate and multivariate datasets, and (ii) assessing their statistical significance via Monte Carlo randomizations.
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asnipeMLST@SNaP

Online 20th February 2014

MLST@SNaP is a fast, user-friendly and automated process to convert thousands of MLST sequences or sequence types into SNaP profiles and vice-versa
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Download MLST@SNaP


asnipeRangeShifter

Online 20th January 2014

The authors introduce a novel modelling platform, RangeShifter, which integrates complex population dynamics and dispersal behaviour, includes plastic and evolutionary processes, and simulates scenarios on spatially-explicit landscapes.
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asnipePopGenReport

Online 15th January 2014

PopGenReport is a new R-package that simplifies performing population genetics analyses in R, through the use of a new report generating function.
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Download PopGenReport


asnipeIsoMAP

Online 29th November 2013

The authors introduce and document a set of data analysis tools, implemented within the IsoMAP (Isoscapes Modeling, Analysis, and Prediction) cyber-GIS system, that support basic analysis of sample data for geographic assignment applications.
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asnipeQuaBiMo

Online 12th November 2013

Ecological networks are often composed of different sub-communities (often referred to as modules). Identifying such modules has the potential to develop a better understanding of the assembly of ecological communities and to investigate functional overlap or specialisation. Here, the authors introduce an algorithm to identify modules in quantitative bipartite (or two-mode) networks.
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asnipeasnipe

Online 30th September 2013

This package bridges a gap in the tools that are available to biologists wishing to analyse animal social networks in R.
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SIDIERSIDIER

Online 24th September 2013

SIDIER is a software package that allows inferring evolutionary relationships from gapped alignments using information contained in both substitutions and insertions/deletions (indels).
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Download SIDIER [from CRAN]


PASTISPASTIS

Online 24th September 2013

PASTIS enables a two-stage Bayesian method using MrBayes v.3.2 (or higher) to incorporate lineages lacking genetic data at the tree inference stage.
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Download PASTIS [from CRAN]


Tea Bag IndexTea Bag Index

Online 22nd July 2013

The authors introduce an innovative, cost-effective, well-standardised method to gather data on decomposition rate and litter stabilisation using commercially available teabags as standardised test kits.
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Read about the concept and protocol


Tea Bag IndexITSx

Online 19th July 2013

The authors introduce ITSx, a Perl-based software tool to extract ITS1, 5.8S and ITS2 – as well as full-length ITS sequences – from both Sanger and high-throughput sequencing data sets.
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Download ITSx


RInSpRInSp

Online 14th June 2013

RInSp provides a comprehensive set of classical and recently proposed indices for quantifying the degree of individual specialisation using both categorical and continuous resource use data. The package also includes tools for ad hoc Monte Carlo and Jackknife resampling procedures for significance testing, plotting, and input/output data manipulation.
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Download RInSp [from CRAN]
Download RInSp [from GitHub]
 


pavopavo

Online 22nd May 2013

pavo provides a cohesive environment for handling spectral data and addressing complex sensory ecology questions, while integrating with R's modular core for a broader and comprehensive analytical framework, automated management of spectral data, and reproducible workflows for colour analysis.
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Download pavo [from CRAN]
Download pavo [from github]


SimAssemSimAssem

Online 20th May 2013

SimAssem can: 1) simulate assemblages and surveys with user-specified parameters, 2) process existing species encounter history files, 3) generate species richness estimates not available in other programs, and 4) format encounter history data for several other programs.
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Download SimAssem


Curve FitCurve Fit

Online 11th May 2013

Curve Fit is an extension to the application ArcMap that allows users to conduct linear or nonlinear regression analysis on the range of values found within input raster datasets (geo-referenced images), independently for each pixel.
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Download Curve Fit


diveRsitydiveRsity

Online 11th May 2013

The authors present a new R package, diveRsity, for the calculation of various diversity statistics, including common diversity partitioning statistics, and population differentiation statistics, among others. The package calculates these estimators along with their respective bootstrapped confidence intervals for loci, sample population pairwise and global levels. Various plotting tools are also provided for a visual evaluation of estimated values, allowing users to critically assess the validity and significance of statistical tests from a biological perspective.
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Download diveRsity [from CRAN]


markedmarked

Online 30th April 2013

The authors describe an open source R package, marked, for analysis of mark-recapture data to estimate survival and animal abundance. The package will be most useful to ecologists with large mark-recapture datasets and many individual covariates.
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Download marked [from CRAN]


nupointnupoint

Online 1st April 2013

This R package provides tools for estimating animal density from point transect surveys in which the conventional point transect assumption of uniform animal distribution in the vicinity of the point is violated.
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Download nupoint


pylogeneratorPhyloGenerator

Online 26th March 2013

PhyloGenerator allows non-specialists to quickly and easily produce robust, repeatable, and defensible phylogenies, without requiring an extensive knowledge of phylogenetics. Experienced phylogeneticists may also find it useful as a tool to conduct exploratory analyses.
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Download Phylogenerator


GeigerGeiger

Online 18th March 2013

The authors present a cross-platform R tool that integrates with tree of life efforts by mapping divergence times from an existing timetree (a ‘reference’) to another uncalibrated phylogeny (a ‘target’) that samples from the same lineage. Leveraging existing methods for rate-smoothing phylograms, this tool enables the rapid generation of very large timetrees where direct estimation of the timing of lineage diversification is either impracticable or impossible.
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Download Geiger [from CRAN]


RobOffRobOff

Online 14th March 2013

The authors present a publicly available decision support software tool for the comparison of ecological impacts of alternative land-use options.
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Download RobOff


EasyABCEasyABC

Online 11th March 2013

The authors introduce the R package ‘EasyABC’ that enables one to launch a series of simulations from the R platform and to retrieve the simulation outputs in an appropriate format for post-processing. The ‘EasyABC’ package further implements several efficient parameter sampling schemes to speed up the ABC procedure.
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Download EasyABC [from CRAN]


SimAdaptSimAdapt

Online 9th February 2013

The authors developed a spatially explicit, individual-based, forward-time, landscape-genetic simulation model combined with a landscape cellular automaton to represent evolutionary processes of adaptation and population dynamics in changing landscapes, using the NetLogo environment.
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Download SimAdapt


geomorphGeomorph

Online 25th January 2013

Geomorph is a software package for performing geometric morphometric shape analysis in the R statistical computing environment.
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Download geomorph from [CRAN]


SPOTGSURFACE

Online 25th January 2013

SURFACE uses the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck stabilizing selection model to identify cases of convergent evolution using only continuous phenotypic characters and a phylogenetic tree.
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Download SURFACE from [CRAN]

 


SPOTGSPOTG

Online 27th December 2012

SPOTG is a user-friendly software for optimizing sampling strategy for five common genetic study topics: hybridization, temporal sampling, bottlenecks, connectivity, and assignment. It facilitates formal evaluation of the expected statistical power of proposed sampling strategies before project implementation
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BEFdataBEFdata

Published online 20th December 2012

BEFdata is a new, open source web platform for the upload, validation and storage of data from a formatted Excel workbook. It allows the harmonization of naming conventions by generating category lists from the primary data, which can be reviewed and managed via the Excel workbook or directly on the platform.
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PROGRAM MARKPROGRAM MARK

Published online 14th December 2012

This paper describes the link between the trinomial model and the mark–recapture–recovery model of Burnham, and shows how the trinomial model can be implemented in the software package program mark. It provides the user with access to all of the features of program mark including the facilities for model building and model selection without having to write custom code.
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IPMpackIPMpack

Published online 10th December 2012

The authors present IPMpack, a free open-source software (R) package for building IPMs. The package estimates key population characteristics from IPMs, such as population growth rate in both deterministic and stochastic environments, age-specific trajectories of survival and reproduction, and sensitivities and elasticities to changes in underlying vital rates.
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Download IPMpack from [CRAN]


cheddarCheddar

Published online 23rd November 2012

The authors introduce Cheddar – an R package that provides standard, transparent implementations of a wide range of food web and community-level analyses and plots, focussing on ecological network data that are augmented with estimates of body mass and/or numerical abundance.
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Download Cheddar from [CRAN]
Download R code for reproducing figures and tables
Download R code for producing more comprehensive versions of Tables 1 and 2


spacecapTreebase

Published online 11th October

The TreeBASE portal is an important and rapidly growing repository of phylogenetic data. The authors of this paper have developed treebase, an open-source software package for the R programming environment, providing simplified, programmatic and interactive access to phylogenetic data in the TreeBASE repository.
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Download treebase from [CRAN]


spacecapGeoLight

Published online 1st October 2012

The authors have developed GeoLight, an R package which provides basic functions for all steps of determining global positioning and a new approach in analysing movement pattern.
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Download Geolight from [CRAN]


spacecapspacecap

Published online 17th September 2012

SPACECAP is an R package implementing Bayesian spatially explicit hierarchical models to analyse spatial capture–recapture data.
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Download spacecap from [CRAN]


gibbsGibbs sampler

Published online 20th August 2012

The authors develop a Gibbs sampler for Bayesian analysis of siteoccupancy data that include covariates of species occurrence and species detection probabilities. This Gibbs sampler is based on a class of site-occupancy models in which probabilities of species occurrence and detection are specified as probit-regression functions of site- and survey-specific covariate measurements. They also provide code (based on theRsoftware program) for conducting Bayesian and classical analyses of site-occupancy data.
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Download the R code from the supplementary material


flexparamcurveFlexParamCurve

Published online 10th August

Currently, parametric curve-fitting requires a priori assumptions of curve trajectories, restricting their use for exploratory analyses. The new r package FlexParamCurve that automates curve selection and provides tools to analyse nonmonotonic curve data in nonlinear least-squares and nonlinear mixed-effects models. Examples include empirical and simulated data sets for the growth of seabird chicks.
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Download FlexParamCurve from [CRAN]
• View the accompanying videos: An Introduction, and A Tutorial


diversitreediversitree

Published online 6th August 2012

The R package ‘diversitree’ contains a number of classical and contemporary comparative phylogenetic methods. Key included methods are BiSSE (binary state speciation and extinction), MuSSE (a multistate extension of BiSSE), and QuaSSE (quantitative state speciation and extinction). Diversitree also includes methods for analysing trait evolution and estimating speciation/ extinction rates independently.
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Download diversitree from [CRAN]
Download tutorial and worked examples
Watch the video


taxonstandtaxonstand

Published online 5th July 2012

Taxonstand, an R package to automatically standardise plant names using The Plant List. The scripts included in this package allow connection to the online search engine of the Plant List and retrieve information from each species about its current taxonomic status. This tool greatly facilitates the preparation of large vegetation databases prior to their analyses, particularly when they cover broad geographical areas (supranational or even continental scale) or contain data from regions with rich floras where taxonomic problems have not been resolved for many of their taxa.
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Download taxonstand from [CRAN]


betapartbetapart

Published online 18th June 2012

Betapart allows the assessment of spatial patterns of beta diversity using multiple-site dissimilarity measures accounting for compositional heterogeneity across several sites or pairwise measures providing distance matrices accounting for the multivariate structure of dissimilarity. It also allows computing patterns of temporal difference in assemblage composition, and its turnover and nestedness components.
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Download betapart from [CRAN]


paleotreepaleotree

Published online 18th June 2012

Paleotree is a library of functions for the R statistical computing environment dedicated to analyses that combine paleontological and phylogenetic data sets, particularly the time-scaling of phylogenetic trees, which include extinct fossil lineages.
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Download palotree from [CRAN]
Read the blog


popdemoPopdemo

Published online 11th June 2012

The R package popdemo provides software tools for novel analytical methods that aim to enhance the predictive power of basic population projection matrix models. These include indices of transient population dynamics and transfer function analyses.
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Download popdemo from [CRAN]


nadivnadiv

Published online 11th May 2012

The Non-Additive InVerses (nadiv) R software package contains functions to create and use non-additive genetic relationship matrices in the animal model of quantitative genetics.This includes functions to create the inverse of the dominance and epistatic relatedness matrices from a pedigree, which are required for estimating these genetic variances in an animal model.
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Download nadiv from [CRAN]
Tutorials on how to use nadiv


simpasesimapse

Published online 10th May 2012

Simapse – Simulation Maps for Ecological Niche Modelling, a free and opensource application written in Python and available to the most common platforms. It uses Artificial Neural Newtowrks (ANNs) with back-propagation to build spatially explicit distribution models from species data (presence ⁄ absence, presence-only and abundance).
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Download simapse

 


jPopGenjPopGen Suite

Published online 2nd March 2012

jPopGen Suite is an integrated tool for population genetic analysis of DNA polymorphisms from nucleotide sequences. It is specially designed for data with a non-negligible error rate, although it serves well for ‘error-free’ data. It implements several methods for estimating the population mutation rate, population growth rate and conducting neutrality tests.
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• Download jPopGen Suite from its website


mvabundmvabund

Published online 21st February 2012

mvabund is an R package for model-based analysis of multivariate abundance data. This includes methods for visualising data, fitting predictive models, checking model assumptions, as well as testing hypotheses about the community–environment association.
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Download mvabund from [CRAN]


BaSTABaSTA

Published online 17th February 2012

Bayesian survival trajectory analysis (BaSTA) is a free open-source software package for estimating age-specific survival from capture–recapture/recovery data under a Bayesian framework. This tool facilitates the analysis of age patterns of survival in long-term animal studies and will enable researchers to robustly infer the effect of covariates, even with large amounts of missing data.
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• Download BaSTA from CRAN instal it in R with the following command: install.packages(‘‘BaSTA’’)
BaSTA users mailing list.


abcabc

Published online 1st February 2012

Approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) is devoted to the analysis of complex models. This application introduces the R package ‘abc’ that implements several ABC algorithms for performing parameter estimation and model selection.
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Download abc [CRAN]


NichePyNichePy

Published online 25th January 2012

NichePy are modular tools for estimating the similarity of ecological niche and species distribution models. Those models are used in macroecological studies to investigate the potential geographic distributions of invasive species, the effects of climate change on past, present and future species distributions as well as the evolution of ecological niches.
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Download NichePy


Published online 19th January 2012

NetLogo is a free software platform for implementing individual-based and agent-based models. RNetLogo is an R package that links R and NetLogo: any NetLogo program can be controlled and run from R and model results can be transferred back to R for statistical analyses.
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Download RNetLogo [CRAN]
and from R-Forge.


DEB-IBMDEB-IBM

Published online 15th December 2012

Dynamic Energy Budget-individual-based model can be used to explore properties of both individual life-history traits and population dynamics, which emerge from the set of DEB parameters of a species, and their interaction with environmental variables such as food density. Furthermore, DEB-IBM can be adapted to address specific research questions, for example by including spatial effects. A user manual explains how this can be done.
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Download DEB-IBM program and supplementary material from CREAM-ITN.EU


phytoolsphytools– a multifunctional phylogenetics package

Published online 15th December 2011

This R package focuses on methods for phylogenetic comparative biology; however, it also includes tools for tree inference, phylogeny input/output, plotting, manipulation and several other tasks. The author also maintains an active web-log that uses to document present and future developments for phytools.
Read the full description
Phytools web-log
Phylogenetics CRAN Task view
R-sig-phylo email mailing list
• Watch a web seminar about phytools (scroll down to Liam Revell's seminar 15 December 2011)


smatr3smatr 3– an R package for estimation and inference about allometric lines

Published online 29th September 2011

smatr - Standardised Major Axis Tests and Routines - provides a set of tools for estimation and inference about allometric lines, including functions that accept formula input and perform the key inference tasks, the handling of multiple comparisons, robust (S)MA estimation and inference tools, and graphical methods for visualising data and checking (S)MA assumptions.
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Download smatr 3 [CRAN]


PMxPMx: software package for demographic and genetic analysis and management of pedigreed populations

Published online 5th September 2011

This C#-based freeware application provides tools for optimal demographic and genetic management of populations of wildlife species, rare domestic breeds, and other populations for which the primary goal is to conserve genetic diversity, and can also be used to characterize the demography and genetics of any captive or wild population for which pedigree and life-history data are available.
• Read the full description
• Download PMx


REDDcalculatorREDDcalculator.com: a web-based decision-support tool for implementing Indonesia’s forest moratorium

Published online 5th September 2011

This spatially explicit, web-based application enables analysis of the implications and trade-offs involved in Indonesia’s forest moratorium in Kalimantan, allowing in-depth investigation of the moratorium’s benefits for carbon conservation and its opportunity costs, while serving as a useful framework for understanding the costs and benefits of REDD+ implementation in other forest-rich tropical nations.
• Read the full description
• Go to REDDcalculator.com
• Download an offline version [xlsm]


DRATDirected terminal restriction analysis tool (DRAT): an aid to enzyme selection for directed terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphisms

Published online 29 July 2011

DRAT is a software tool that aids the design of directed terminal-restriction fragment length polymorphism (DT-RFLP) strategies to separate DNA targets based on restriction enzyme polymorphisms, and is available for free download on Windows, Mac OS and Linux for non-commerical purposes.
• Read the full description
• Download DRAT


RNCEPRNCEP: global weather and climate data at your fingertips

Published online 26 July 2011

Recognising the importance of atmospheric data to ecological systems, RNCEP is a package of open-source R functions which access, organise and visualise freely available atmospheric data from two long-term, high-quality, global atmospheric data sets.
Read the full description
Download RNCEP


MOTMOTMOTMOT: models of trait macroevolution on trees

Published online 29 June 2011

MOTMOT is a open-source package, written in the R, that tests for variation in the tempo and mode of continuous character evolution on phylogenetic trees.
• Read the full description
• Download MOTMOT [CRAN]


TempNet

TempNet: a method to display statistical parsimony networks for heterochronous DNA sequence data

Published online 10 June 2011

TempNet is a user-friendly open-source R script that creates customizable, interactive, journal-quality figures within the R graphics window, from genetic data in standard formats such as FASTA and CLUSTAL.
Read the full description
• Download TempNet


RBrownieRBrownie: an R package for testing hypotheses about rates of evolutionary change

Published online 25th May 2011

RBrownie is an interface between the Brownie phylogenetic library and the R software environment, which provides easy access to the main methods in Brownie - including discrete ancestral state reconstruction. In addition, RBrownie supplies a direct interface to Brownie, allowing advanced users to construct more complex combinations of analyses and to execute any newly added Brownie functions
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View documentation [pdf]
Download RBrownie [CRAN] or from the author 


PASSaGE v.2PASSaGE: Pattern Analysis, Spatial Statistics and Geographic Exegesis. Version 2

Published online 15th December 2010

PASSaGE has been a popular tool for conducting spatial statistics for the past decade. Now re-written from the ground up with accessibility in mind, PASSaGE v.2 provides broad array of spatial statistical analyses not commonly found in other software packages or GIS software, and is still available to download for free.
Read the full description
View the user manual
Download PASSaGE v.2


FDiversity

FDiversity: a software package for the integrated analysis of functional diversity

Published online 14th December 2010

FDiversity is a free, user-friendly, open source software package for the calculation and integrated statistical analysis of most published functional diversity indices and metrics.
Read the full description
View the user manual
Download FDiversity


Python-based GIS toolsPython based GIS tools for landscape genetics: visualising genetic relatedness and measuring landscape connectivity

Published online 8th July 2010

This collection of freely available, Python-based scripts provides a set of GIS tools developed for use in landscape genetics studies, allowing users to convert files, visualise genetic relatedness, and measure landscape connectivity using least-cost path analysis.
Read the full description
Download the toolbox


WaderMORPH

WaderMORPH: a user-friendly individual-based model to advise shorebird policy and management

Published online 20th June 2010

WaderMORPH is a user-friendly interface to a shorebird individual-based model (IBM), MORPH, that runs within Microsoft Windows. WaderMORPH hides technical and mathematical details of parameterisation from the user, allowing easy access to the models that have been most successful at predicting the consequences of environmental change for coastal shorebirds.
Read the full description
View the user manual
Download WaderMORPH

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