Recently accepted articles

Another week, another set of manuscripts accepted for publication in Methods in Ecology and Evolution:

  • Functional rarefaction for species abundance data
    Carlo Ricotta, Sandrine Pavoine, Giovanni Bacaro and Alicia Acosta
  • Sampling period, size, and duration influences measures of bat species richness from acoustic surveys
    Samuel Skalak, Richard Sherwin and R. Brigham
  • Barcoding’s next top model: an evaluation of nucleotide substitution models for specimen identification
    Rupert Collins, Laura Boykin, Robert Cruickshank and Karen Armstrong
  • Asessing individual heterogeneity using model selection criteria: How many mixture components in capture-recapture models?
    Sarah Cubaynes, Christian Lavergne, Eric Marboutin and Olivier Gimenez

We’ve also accepted abc: an R package for Approximate Bayesian Computation (ABC), by Katalin Csilléry, Olivier Francois and Michael Blum, which will join our collection of free application papers.

Recently accepted articles

Our latest round of accepted articles include:

  • A comparative study of ecological specialization estimators
    Timothée Poisot, Elsa Canard, Nicolas Mouquet and Michael Hochberg
  • An objective, niche-based approach to indicator species selection
    Simon Butler, Robert Freckleton, Anna Renwick and Ken Norris
  • Selecting pseudo-absences for species distribution models: how, where and how many?
    Morgane Barbet-Massin, Frédéric Jiguet, Cécile Albert and Wilfried Thuiller
  • Assessing transferability of ecological models: an underappreciated aspect of statistical validation
    Seth Wenger and Julian Olden
  • Cascade Multivariate Regression Tree: a novel approach for modelling nested explanatory sets
    Marie-Hélène Ouellette, Pierre Legendre and Daniel Borcard

Don’t forget that you can see all Methods papers currently in press on the journal website.

Recently accepted articles

Our most recently accepted articles include:

  • phytools: An R package for phylogenetic comparative biology (and other things)
    Liam J. Revell
  • Individual variation in response to intraspecific competition: problems with inference from growth variation measures
    Sigurd Einum, Torbjørn Forseth and Anders Finstad
  • Testing the time-for-speciation effect in the assembly of regional biotas
    Daniel Rabosky
  • An alternative SADIE local clustering index for studying spatial patterns
    Baohua Li, Larry Madden and Xiangming Xu

Recently accepted articles

Articles we’ve recently accepted for publication include:

Recently accepted articles

Four more papers have been recently accepted for publication in Methods in Ecology and Evolution:

Recently accepted articles

Articles recently accepted by the Methods editorial board include:

Don’t forget that you can keep track of all articles currently in press on the Methods website.

Recently accepted articles

Four more new methodological papers will be making an appearance on Early View over the coming weeks:

Recently accepted articles

We’re due to publish five more new methods papers over the coming weeks:

We’re particuarly excited about the TrapCam paper, as it’s accompanied by a fantastic video demonstration of the  setup, and some bewitching shots recovered from the apparatus in action. It’ll be available on our YouTube channel as soon as the paper is published on Early View.

Newly accepted articles

As you can see, there’s a huge variety across the articles we’ve most recently accepted for publication:

Newly accepted articles

Following on from our previous updates, the latest round of manuscripts accepted by the Methods in Ecology and Evolution board include:

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