> From: higgins at embl-heidelberg.de> In article <1994Jan17.175426.4947 at dflora.cuug.ab.ca>, peter at dflora.com> (Peter D. Wilson) writes:
> > I have been asked to trace some software which performs
> > "Trended Correspondence Analysis". It is to be used in botany and is
> > believed to have been created by a botanist.
>> The method is "DEtrended Correspondence Analysis". A program to carry
> out this analysis called DECORANA was produced by Mark Hill in the
> It was part of the Cornell series of programs for multivariate analysis
> of community data, edited by Hugh Gauch. Unfortunately, I have not
> got any recent information on availabilty (I have not seen the program
> for about 10 years).
Detrended CA is also available in my program MVSP - A MultiVariate
Statistical Package. This runs on IBM-PC compatibles. It also does PCA
and cluster analysis. Contact me if you want more details
Dr. Warren L. Kovach Internet: warrenk at cix.compulink.co.uk
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