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noise-phenomena compendium

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A compendium of code, data, and author's manuscript accompanying the publication:

Carl Boettiger . From noise to knowledge: how randomness generates novel phenomena and reveals information. Published in Ecology Letters, 22 May 2018 https://doi.org/10.1111/ele.13085

Overview

This repository is organized as a reproducible research compendium. Click the Binder button above to explore in an interactive RStudio session. Binder uses rocker-project.org Docker images to ensure a consistent and reproducible computational environment. These Docker images can also be used locally.

An Rmd notebook and associated pdf for Appendix A can be found in appendixA. This notebook includes explanations and code necessary for all of the numerical examples discussed in the paper. It should also provide a useful starting point for extending and exploring these models with other parameters.

Or to explore the code locally, clone or download this repository into RStudio or your perferred environment and install the compendium by running devtools::install(). To install additional dependencies used only in formatting the figures, use devtools::install(dep=TRUE).

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