A new method for faster and more accurate inference of species associations from novel community data

11 Mar 2020Maximilian PichlerFlorian Hartig

Joint Species Distribution models (jSDMs) explain spatial variation in community composition by contributions of the environment, biotic interactions, and possibly spatially structured residual variance. They show great promise as a general analysis method for community ecology and macroecology, but current jSDMs scale poorly on large datasets, limiting their usefulness for novel community data, such as datasets generated using metabarcoding and metagenomics... (read more)

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