Great recognition for one of our recent articles: Distance-based multivariate analyses confound location and dispersion effects by David Warton, Stephen Wright and Yi Wang, on multivariate analysis in ecology.
Warton and colleagues’ article has recently been highlighted on Faculty of 1000, a platform providing post-publication peer-review and selecting only the most important articles in biology and medicine. Just 2% of published articles are highlighted on Faculty of 1000 each month.
We strongly recommend reading this article because, beyond technical issues, it stimulates reflections on our consciousness of limits of statistical tools, which is often overwhelmed by our addiction to their routine application.
The article is also accompanied by a free application and a really great video:
- Distance-based multivariate analyses confound location and dispersion effects
- mvabund– an R package for model-based analysis of multivariate abundance data
- Free Applications
- Methods in Ecology and Evolution podcast and videos
- The University of New South Wales