Re: [R] assistance with RDAtest beta version application

From: Guillaume Blanchet <gblanchet.list_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 13:01:01 -0600

Hi !

I am familiar with the rdaTest package.

It works perfectly find for me. Can you give me more details on the problems you have so I can be of greater help !

Have a nice day !

Guillaume Blanchet
PhD student

Stanfield, Les (MNR) a écrit :
> Pierre Legendre has developed a beta version of a new redundancy analysis package called RdaTest that is available on his web page at the Universit® de Montréal. The test example that is included with the package is based on the example provided in his book (Numerical Ecology, Chapter 11 (Legendre & Legendre 1998))
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> I have downloaded the package and am attempting to run it so that I might learn how to match the outputs from the RDA test to the outputs in the book. this is a first step towards me eventually using this technique to analyze my own data with this methodology. However, I keep hitting road blocks trying to get the package to work and so am looking for someone who has used this test package and could help me troubleshoot.
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> Any takers?
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> Les
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