[R-sig-Geo] comparing spatial distribution of two species in a same area with different coordinates

Corey Sparks corey.sparks at UTSA.EDU
Mon Apr 18 13:58:17 CEST 2011

Would the cross L or K function not give you a descriptive tool for what you
want? they measure clustering in two or more point patterns. See 
in spatstat.  Also there are inhomogeneous Poisson process models as well,


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