F. James Rohlf
F. James Rohlf
Department of Anthropology and Department of Ecology & Evolution, Stony Brook University
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NTSYS-pc: numerical taxonomy and multivariate analysis system
FJ Rohlf
Applied Biostatistics Inc. NY: Exeter Publishing, Ltd, 1989
7571*1989
NTSYS-pc. Numerical taxonomy and multivariate analysis system. Version 1.80
JF Rohlf, FJ Rohlf, EJ Rohlf, J Rohlf
7401*1993
Numerical taxonomy
RR Sokal
Scientific American 215 (6), 106-117, 1966
6649*1966
The principles and practice of statistics in biological research
RR Sokal, FJ Rohlf
WH Freeman and company, 1969
5955*1969
Extensions of the Procrustes method for the optimal superimposition of landmarks
FJ Rohlf, D Slice
Systematic Biology 39 (1), 40-59, 1990
33631990
Introduction to biostatistics
RR Sokal, FJ Rohlf
New York, 1987
30861987
A revolution morphometrics
FJ Rohlf, LF Marcus
Trends in ecology & evolution 8 (4), 129-132, 1993
22041993
Geometric morphometrics: ten years of progress following the ‘revolution’
DC Adams, FJ Rohlf, DE Slice
Italian Journal of Zoology 71 (1), 5-16, 2004
21502004
Statistical tables
FJ Rohlf, RR Sokal
Macmillan, 1995
19901995
The comparison of dendrograms by objective methods
RR Sokal, FJ Rohlf
Taxon 11 (2), 33-40, 1962
17281962
Insect photoperiodism
SD Beck
Elsevier, 2012
16292012
tpsDig, version 2.10
FJ Rohlf
http://life. bio. sunysb. edu/morph/index. html, 2006
11722006
Rohlf. FJ 1981. Biometry
RR Sokal
San Francisco, 8
881*8
Shape statistics: Procrustes superimpositions and tangent spaces
FJ Rohlf
Journal of classification 16 (2), 197-223, 1999
8631999
TpsDig
FJ Rohlf
Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York, Stony …, 2004
7072004
tpsDig, digitize landmarks and outlines, version 2.05
FJ Rohlf
Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2005
6842005
Relative warp analysis and an example of its application to mosquito
FJ Rohlf
Contributions to morphometrics 8, 131, 1993
6741993
Use of two-block partial least-squares to study covariation in shape
FJ Rohlf, M Corti
Systematic biology 49 (4), 740-753, 2000
6472000
tpsRelw version 1.45
FJ Rohlf
Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2007
615*2007
Comparative methods for the analysis of continuous variables: geometric interpretations
FJ Rohlf
Evolution 55 (11), 2143-2160, 2001
5952001
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