Circuitscape uses electronic circuit theory to solve problems in landscape ecology.
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README.md

Circuitscape v4

Circuitscape is a free, open-source program which borrows algorithms from electronic circuit theory to predict patterns of movement, gene flow, and genetic differentiation among plant and animal populations in heterogeneous landscapes. Circuit theory complements least-cost path approaches because it considers effects of all possible pathways across a landscape simultaneously. We are developing Circuitscape for Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux.

Please visit the Circuitscape website for more information.

Authors

Brad McRae, Viral B. Shah, and Tanmay Mohapatra