This R package was designed to transform long-term quadrat maps that show plant occurrence and size into demographic data that can be used to answer questions about population and community ecology.
Is a coauthor on a manuscript asking for your feedback on a manuscript they created on Overleaf? Do you have no idea what to do next? This is a short ‘how-to’ guide to using Overleaf to leave feedback and comments as a collaborator. If you’re looking for comprehensive guidance for using Overleaf to author documents, this isn’t necessarily the guide for you. There are many great resources that already exist for that purpose!
plantTracker, my R package to generate demographic and local neighborhood data from repeat maps of stationary organisms, can now be downloaded easily from CRAN. I’d love for you to try it out!