THE GONDER LAB

Software

 

Biomod2EZ

 

Download Biomod2EZ, Manual, Tutorial & Example Data

 

Download Sesink Clee et al. 2017, bioRxiv Technical Note

 

Biomod2EZ is a suite of R scripts developed by Paul Sesink Clee to use in conjunction with the Biomod2 R package by Thuiller et al. (2016) that is used to create ensemble ecological niche models using up to 11 different modeling techniques. Biomod2EZ adds to the functionality of Biomod2 by incorporating a report generation feature, detailed script annotation, and sample dataset/tutorial to ease the transition from ecological niche modeling using a Graphical User Interface to the coding environment of the R framework.

 

 

TESS Ad-Mixer

 

Download TESS Ad-Mixer, Manual & Example Data

 

Download Mitchell et al. 2013, Conservation Genetics Resources Technical Note

 

TESS Ad-Mixer is a Windows program developed by Matt Mitchell and Brian Rowe to display

spatial interpolations of Q matrices generated by the program TESS. TESS Ad-Mixer provides

an easy way to create two-dimensional representation of the Q matrices for two or more

genetic clusters. The program uses a pixel based, vector algorithm that allows the user to

specify a color scheme. The program generates spatially accurate, high-resolution files that

are ideal for data display.

 

Publications using TESS Ad-Mixer

 

  • "Landscape genetics highlight the importance of sustainable management in European mountain spruce forests: a case study on Western capercaillie." (2017) P. Klinga, P. Smolko, D. Krajmerová, and L. Paule. European Journal of Forest Research, 1-10. (LINK).

 

  • "High levels of genetic structure and striking phenotypic variability in a sexually dimorphic suckermouth catfish from the African Highveld." (2016) J. Morris, A.G.P. Ford, J.R. Ali, C.R. Peart, R. Bills and J.J. Day. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 117(3): 528-46. (LINK)

 

  • “The population genetics of wild chimpanzees in Cameroon and Nigeria suggests a positive role for selection in the evolution of chimpanzee subspecies.” M.W. Mitchell, S. Locatelli, L. Ghobrial, A.A. Pokempner, P.R. Sesink Clee, E.E. Abwe, A. Nicolas, L. Nkembi, N.M. Anthony, B.J. Morgan, R. Fotso, M. Peeters, B.H. Hahn and M.K. Gonder (2015). BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 3. (LINK)

 

  • "What triggers the rising of an intraspecific biodiversity hotspot? Hints from the agile frog." (2014) D. Canestrelli, R. Bisconti, F. Sacco and G. Nascetti. Scientific Reports, 4: 5042. (LINK)

 

 

 

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