[R-sig-eco] Fuzzy-Set-Ordination for classifying plant species???

Dave Roberts dvrbts at ecology.msu.montana.edu
Tue Aug 25 01:37:00 CEST 2009


    I'm sorry but I do not understand your question.  Are you creating a
dissimilarity matrix of lakes or species?  I suspect that a transposing
of your matrix might work, but I need to understand your problem better.
Please send more detail

Thanks, Dave

On Tue, 2009-08-18 at 02:55 -0700, Dragos Zaharescu wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a matrix with 180 plant species (variables, binary) and 270 rows (altitude waterbodies). There is also one categorical variable (4 categories representing similar lakes groups, which resulted from a prior analysis of the transposed matrix).
> Is there any way to load plant species on those categories in fuzzy-set-ordination analysis? Is there anyone here that has faced this question before or could provide a hint? All my efforts so farhave lead to loading the lakes on the categories (fso in R); but I want to load the plant species.
> I would greatly appreciate your help.
> Dragos Zaharescu
> Vigo University
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