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You can find R and Unix shell scripts that I wrote for data analyses in my GitHub page, here .

I provide scripts for my most recent projects. I plan to add scripts used in older manuscripts progressively.

I list my public GitHub repositories and their content below.



2. Prates et al. 2019 - bioRxiv

This
repository contains the following information:

  • R scripts used to prepare and filter the data and perform all analyses.
  • Matrices of alkaloid composition dissimilarity, estimated ant assemblage dissimilarity, genetic distances between poison frog populations, and geographic distances between sites.
  • Outputs from multiple matrix regression with randomization (MMRR) and linear regression analyses.
  • Supplementary Information 2: Decisions on alkaloid and ant data.
  • Supplementary Information 4: Optimized parameters used in individual species distribution models.
Raw alkaloid (Supplementary Information 1) and ant locality data (Supplementary Information 3) to be included following article acceptance.

1. Prates et al. 2018 - Ecology and Evolution

This repository contains the following information:
  • R and Unix shell scripts used to prepare and filter the data and perform all analyses.
  • R scripts used to define prior ranges for the parameters of SNAPP and G-PhoCS analyses.
  • R scripts used to make plots of population genetic structure from SNMF results.
  • Processed genetic and environmental data used in all analyses.
  • Configuration files used in Ipyrad, SNAPP (.xml) and G-PhoCS (.ctl) analyses.
  • Results from analyses performed in R using the LEA package (LFMM, SNMF, genetic PCA).
  • Data used to make maps shown in Fig. 1 of the manuscript.



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