|Subject:||Multivariate analyses / software for geographic variation study|
|From:||Paulo Pulgarin <>|
|Date:||Tue, 17 Aug 2010 13:50:27 -0600|
I am studying the geographic variation in the "Pik" call of the Downy woodpecker. I am focusing in the classical frequency and time characteristics in order to see if there is any pattern across the species' range. I am planning to use a non-metric multidimensional scaling for reducing the number of dimensions, however I am also interested in explore more options.
I would like to know if any of you have used another technique for a similar analyses, and also if you are aware of any free-ware package (different from R) for such a purpose.
Thanks a lot for any feedback.
Paulo C. Pulgarin-R
C/o Dr. Theresa Burg
Department of Biological Sciences
4401 University Drive West
Ph: (403) 332-52-13
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