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Cohen???s cumulative distance documentation
<p>This documentation (tutorial to run the workflow) explains how to run a workflow that belongs to the pack with same name.</p><p>The Cohen’s cumulative distance Workflow provides an environment to calculate the Cohen’s cumulative distance. The Cohen’s cumulative distance measures the difference between observed and expected vectors along the matrix path that the population would take to reach the expected population vector. It is a function of both the observed stage distribution (n0) and the structure of the matrix (A) (Williams et al 2011). Cohen’s cumulative distance will not work for reducible matrices or imprimitive matrices with nonzero imaginary components in the dominant eigenpair, and returns a warning for other imprimitive matrices (Caswell 2001).</p>
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Documentation_Cohen-cumulative_V1_update 2014-07-23.pdf
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Cohen???s cumulative distance documentation
<p>This documentation (tutorial to run the workflow) explains how to run a workflow that belongs to the pack with same name.</p><p>The Cohen’s cumulative distance Workflow provides an environment to calculate the Cohen’s cumulative distance. The Cohen’s cumulative distance measures the difference between observed and expected vectors along the matrix path that the population would take to reach the expected population vector. It is a function of both the observed stage distribution (n0) and the structure of the matrix (A) (Williams et al 2011). Cohen’s cumulative distance will not work for reducible matrices or imprimitive matrices with nonzero imaginary components in the dominant eigenpair, and returns a warning for other imprimitive matrices (Caswell 2001).</p>
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