TWINSPAN - a FORTRAN program for arranging multivariate data in an ordered two-way table by classification of the individuals and attributes. TWINSPAN for Windows (WinTWINS): This software, written by Mark O. Hill & Petr Smilauer (with contribution of Cajo Ter Braak and John Birks), is available free of charge for any non-commercial or commercial purposes and can be installed and used even if you do not have a license for Canoco for Windows. It implements divisive classification method named TWINSPAN (Two-way Indicator Species Analysis) and analyses datasets provided in one of the data formats accepted by Canoco (Cornell condensed format, full format or free format). TWINSPAN for Windows is distributed using an independent installation program.
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