Analyzing Ecological Networks

A collection of advanced tools, methods and models specifically designed for analyzing different types of ecological networks - especially antagonistic (food webs, host-parasite), mutualistic (plant-pollinator, plant-fungus, etc) and competitive networks, as well as their variability in time and space. Statistical models are developed to describe and understand the mechanisms that determine species interactions, and to decipher the organization of these ecological networks (Ohlmann et al. (2019) , Gonzalez et al. (2020) , Miele et al. (2021) submitted, Botella et al (2021) ).

A collection of cutting-edge tools, methods and models for the analysis of ecological networks with R


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0.6.0 by Vincent Miele, 3 months ago

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Authors: Vincent Miele [aut, cre] , Catherine Matias [ctb] , Stephane Dray [ctb] , Christophe Botella [ctb] , Marc Ohlmann [aut] , Giovanni Poggiato [ctb] , Wilfried Thuiller [ctb]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

GPL-3 license

Imports stats, igraph, rdiversity, Matrix.utils, blockmodels, bipartite, Rcpp

Linking to Rcpp, RcppEigen, RcppGSL

System requirements: GNU GSL

See at CRAN