Data from: Bringing multivariate support to multiscale codependence analysis: assessing the drivers of community structure across spatial scales

Guillaume Guénard & Pierre Legendre
1. Multiscale codependence analysis (MCA) quantifies the joint spatial distribution of a pair of variables in order to provide a spatially-explicit assessment of their relationships to one another. For the sake of simplicity, the original definition of MCA only considered a single response variable (e.g. a single species). However, that definition would limit the application of MCA when many response variables are studied jointly, for example when one wants to study the effect of the...
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