Canoco is one of the most popular programs for multivariate statistical analysis using ordination methods in the field of ecology and several related fields. User’s Guides of the recent Canoco versions (4.0, 4.5 and 5.0) were cited more than 7600 times in the past 17 years (1999-2015, ISI Web of Knowledge). Canoco 5 is the new, much re-worked version of the Canoco software, released in October 2012. This site offers you an access to additional resources for the effective use of the software, as well a brief overview of Canoco 5 new features. Use the menu at the right side of this page to access these resources.
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- Šmilauer, Petr; Lepš, Jan: Multivariate analysis of ecological data using Canoco 5 (2014)
- Takane, Yoshio; Jung, Kwanghee; Hwang, Heungsun: Regularized reduced rank growth curve models (2011)
- Takane, Yoshio; Jung, Sunho: Regularized nonsymmetric correspondence analysis (2009)
- Takane, Yoshio; Hwang, Heungsun; Abdi, Hervé: Regularized multiple-set canonical correlation analysis (2008)
- Takane, Yoshio; Jung, Sunho: Regularized partial and/or constrained redundancy analysis (2008)
- Takane, Yoshio; Hwang, Heungsun: Regularized linear and kernel redundancy analysis (2007)
- Takane, Yoshio; Yanai, Haruo; Hwang, Heungsun: An improved method for generalized constrained canonical correlation analysis (2006)
- Peres-Neto, Pedro R.; Jackson, Donald A.; Somers, Keith M.: How many principal components? stopping rules for determining the number of non-trivial axes revisited (2005)
- Takane, Yoshio; Hwang, Heungsun: On a test of dimensionality in redundancy analysis (2005)
- Legendre, Pierre: Comparison of permutation methods for the partial correlation and partial Mantel tests. (2000)
- Anderson, Marti J.; Legendre, Pierre: An empirical comparison of permutation methods for tests of partial regression coefficients in a linear model (1999)
- Kazi-Aoual, Frédérique; Hitier, Simon; Sabatier, Robert; Lebreton, Jean-Dominique: Refined approximations to permutation tests for multivariate inference (1995)