Dataset and code to run analyses for "Historical continuity and spatial connectivity ensure hedgerows are effective corridors for forest plants: Evidence from the species–time–area relationship"
datasetposted on 12.05.2020, 14:56 authored by Jonathan LenoirJonathan Lenoir, Guillaume Decocq, Fabien Spicher, Emilie Gallet-Moron, Jérôme Buridant, Déborah Closset-Kopp
Supporting information to the paper Lenoir, J. et al. Historical continuity and spatial connectivity ensure hedgerows are effective corridors for forest plants: evidence from the species-time-area relationship. Journal of Vegetation Science. The files provided here contain the data and codes to run all the analyses in R (R Core Team 2019). Three .txt files are provided and contain the raw data (characteristics of each sampled hedgerow, species-by-hedgerow matrix and the full list of species occurring in the 99 hedgerows sampled across the study region in Picardy, France). A .rmd file is provided and contains all the R scripts in Rmarkdown format. The .html file can be directly generated from the .rmd file in RStudio.