In version 2, users will also be able to copy all columns for the selected records.
This means you can easily get a list of species and the associated summary statistics (variety, sample count and redundancy), plus any label properties that have been attached to the data.
|Users can now copy selected records to the clipboard, not just the labels.|
|Records can be pasted into any application, for example spreadsheets.|
|And if you are an R user then you can use the read.table() function. (set row.names=1 to use the labels as the row names)|
For more details about Biodiverse, see http://purl.org/biodiverse
For the full list of changes in the 1.99 series (leading to version 2) see https://purl.org/biodiverse/wiki/ReleaseNotes (for all issues addressed or being targeted to fix for version 2, see https://github.com/shawnlaffan/biodiverse/milestone/4 ).
To see what else Biodiverse has been used for, see https://purl.org/biodiverse/wiki/PublicationsList
You can also join the Biodiverse-users mailing list at http://groups.google.com/group/Biodiverse-users
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