A rank abundance curve or Whittaker plot is a chart used by ecologists to display relative species abundance, a component of biodiversity. It can also be used to visualize species richness and species evenness. It overcomes the shortcomings of biodiversity indices that cannot display the relative role different variables played in their calculation. The rank abundance curve visually depicts both species richness and species evenness. Species richness can be viewed as the number of different species on the chart i.e., how many species were ranked. Species evenness is reflected in the slope of the line that fits the graph (assuming a linear, i.e. logarithmic series, relationship). A steep gradient indicates low evenness as the high-ranking species have much higher abundances than the low-ranking species. A shallow gradient indicates high evenness as the abundances of different species are similar. Now, CD ComputaBio offers rank abundance curve service to meet the specific needs of different customers.
CD ComputaBio uses OTU with 97% similarity and use R language tools to make graphs.
|Project name||Rank abundance curve service|
|Our services||CD ComputaBio offers rank abundance curve service to meet the specific needs of different customers.|
|Timeline||Decide according to your needs.|
|Deliverable||We provide you with raw data and analysis service.|
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