dispersion

0th

Percentile

Dispersion (H-prime)

Calculates the dispersion ("rarity") of targets associated with planning units

Usage
dispersion(x)
Arguments
x

data.frame object of target values

Value

data.frame with columns H values for each target, H , sH, sHmax

Note

The dispersion index (H-prime) is calculated H = sum( sqrt(p) / sqrt(a) ) where; P = [sum of target in planning unit / sum of target across all planning units] and a = [count of planning units containing target / number of planning units]

References

Evans, J.S., S.R. Schill, G.T. Raber (2015) A Systematic Framework for Spatial Conservation Planning and Ecological Priority Design in St. Lucia, Eastern Caribbean. Chapter 26 in Central American Biodiversity : Conservation, Ecology and a Sustainable Future. F. Huettman (eds). Springer, NY.

Aliases
  • dispersion
Examples
# NOT RUN {
 library(sp)
   data(pu)
 
 d <- dispersion(pu@data[,2:ncol(pu)])  
 p <- d[,"H"]
 clr <- c("#3288BD", "#99D594", "#E6F598", "#FEE08B", 
          "#FC8D59", "#D53E4F")      
 clrs <- ifelse(p < 0.5524462, clr[1], 
           ifelse(p >= 0.5524462 & p < 1.223523, clr[2],
             ifelse(p >= 1.223523 & p < 2.465613, clr[3],
 	          ifelse(p >= 2.465613 & p < 4.76429, clr[4],
 	            ifelse(p >= 4.76429 & p < 8.817699, clr[5],
 	              ifelse(p >= 8.817699, clr[6], NA))))))
 plot(pu, col=clrs, border=NA)
   legend("topleft", legend=rev(c("Very Rare","Rare","Moderately Rare",
          "Somewhat Common","Common","Over Dispersed")),
          fill=clr, cex=0.6, bty="n") 
   box()
# }
# NOT RUN {
# }
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