Programs you can run via any HTML 2.0 WWW browser:
hwe: Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium tester; uses randomization algorithm of Guo and Thompson
RANDCOMP: a randomization program for comparing mean values of a measured variable between samples, when there are blocks of samples within which the sampling is not independent.
anateleo: Anamorph/Holomorph(teleomorph) database query - under construction
Programs you can run via a Java-enabled WWW browser:
cluster: fast clustering algorithms, including UPGMA and Saitou-Nei neighbour joining
TreeToy: browse and display a tree generated by a clustering or tree-building algorithm
rarefact: the rarefaction method of estimating species abundance
tst2line: test for a significant difference between two regression lines over a finite interval
Doh: the assignment test for genotyped individuals from multiple populations
sharedst: the shared allele distance between pairs of genotyped individuals
GeneDist: measures of genetic distance between populations with known allele frequency distributions
Programs you have to install on your machine to run:
FAST FRAGSTAT : Optimized FRAGSTAT,faster and more memory-efficient version of FRAGSTAT, the landscape fragmentation statistics package. (Executables for DOS on '386 machines; source code should work on many unix-like platforms)
FRAGSTAT & accessories : COOKIE, DOCOOKIE, and optimized FRAGSTAT, for cutting out subimages from your Idrisi image files, then running them through this faster and more memory-efficient version of FRAGSTAT, the landscape fragmentation statistics package. (Executables for DOS on '386 machines; source code should work on many unix-like platforms)
krebswin: some easier-to-use
versions of programs from the text Ecological Methodology
by Charles J. Krebs
(Windows 3.1 and '95 only)
a menu-driven front end for command line programs, including some of those
availble in krebswin.
qclust and calcdist: DOS or UNIX command-line versions of the algorithms in the cluster web page
toccf: a DOS or UNIX command-line program to convert data in tabular form (e.g. from a spreadsheet) to Cornel condensed format, suitable for CANOCO or TWINSPAN.
cgi scripts that implement a server-side 'virtual' clipboard, accessible
from client-side Java,
for moving large amounts of data between an Applet and the local machine.
Bug reports, comments, etc. to :firstname.lastname@example.org but removing the obvious parts
Boring fine print:
All programs were written by John Brzustowski, mostly while working as a programmer for the Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta, with additional funding from professors Jens Roland and Curtis Strobeck. You are free to: duplicate and/or link to these web pages; use the programs; redistribute the programs and documentation without fee, for any purposes; modify the programs, and redistribute the modifications, except for some portions I've obtained from sources that impose slightly stronger restrictions, documented in the source code. I try to fix errors as they are found, but none of the software comes with a warranty of any kind.