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SAM. Spatial Analysis in Macroecology

SAM is a compact but robust computer program designed as a package of statistical tools for spatial analysis, mainly for applications in Macroecology and Biogeography. SAM runs under Microsoft Windows as a user-friendly, menu-driven, graphical interface computational program. SAM offers a wide spectrum of statistical methods currently used in Surface Pattern Spatial Analysis.

SEXTANTE

SEXTANTE is the GIS system developed by the government of Extremadura, for satisfying its own needs and continuing the line of technological advance that has been followed in the last years. You can visit it here : http://www.linex.org/).

SITATION. Facility Location Software.

The SITATION software solves several classes of location problems running under Windows 95. This program as others are fully described in the book Network and Discrete Location: Models, Algorithms, and Applications.

SLIKS

SLIKS is a small Javascript program that I developed to facilitate the use of interactive keys. It runs over the web or locally on your machine.

SPADE. Species Prediction And Diversity Estimation

SPADE estimates species richness, shared species richness and various diversity and similarity indices, based on different types of sample data from one or two communities.

SPATSTAT

A R library for the statistical analysis of spatial point patterns.

SpeciesBase

Specify 6

Specify is a research software application, database, and network interface for biological collections information. It manages specimen data such as descriptions of collecting locations, participants and determination histories as well as information about collections transactions such as loans, exchanges, accessions and gifts. Version 6 includes a much more user friendly interface. It supports multiple user connections to MySQL or a local connection to it's own internal database system. The reporting tools are also very flexible and well represented.

Specify Software Project

Specify is a research software application, database, and network interface for biological collections information. It manages specimen data such as descriptions of collecting locations, participants and determination histories as well as information about collections transactions such as loans, exchanges, accessions and gifts.

SPECRICH

SPECRICH Computes species richnessor total number of species from empirical species abundance distribution data.

spsurvey

A R library useful for site selection and spatial survey designs.

SysTax

The British bumblebee identification guide

This British bumblebee identification guide is an easy-to-use key designed to help you identify bumblebees by looking at the insects' colour patterns. It is available as Flash and HTML version.

The Electronic Field Guide (EFG) Project

The Electronic Field Guide (EFG) Project has developed a number of web-based applications that facilitate the identification of species and recording of ecological observations. This project is the result of a collaborative effort between the Departments of Computer Science and Biology at the University of Massachusetts Boston, with funding from the National Science Foundation.

The R Project for Statistical Computing

R is the most complete and freely available software for statistical computing and graphics allowing the accomplishment of Generalized Linear Models, Generalized Additive Models, Classification and Regression Trees or Neural Networks models.

Tolkin

TOLKIN is an on-line research tool to be shared among several laboratories working remotely. It is an information management and analytical web application to provide informatics support for phylodiversity and biodiversity research projects. As a web-based application, TOLKIN is able to support collaborative projects by providing shared access to a variety of data on voucher specimens, taxonomy, bibliography, morphology, DNA samples and sequences.

Walking with woodlice

This simple key targeted at primary school pupils helps identifying woodlice most likely found in the UK. It uses special typeface and simple language in order to be appealing to this age group.

WhyWhere

WhyWhere is another modeling software similar to GARP that can detect strong associations with virtually any distribution type because it does not require assumptions about the form of the distributions such as gaussian, sigmoidal, exponential, etc, as an input.

World Biodiversity Database

The World Biodiversity Database currently consists of 21 separate projects. All projects (except the cranefly database) were generated using the Web Publisher facility of ETI's Linnaeus II software. Click a project title for more information.

Ws2m. Software for the measurement and analysis of species diversity

Ws2m estimate the number of species in a collection of identified individuals generating a series of statistics for a randomly ordered data set. Ws2m uses a large (and user-controllable) variety of estimators to produce the estimates. It also reports the number of individuals used to that point and the actual number of species so far obtained in the collection. It can report species-abundance distributions and Jaccard indices.

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