We’ve tried to organize where our data and code are available. Because especially for older papers there isn’t always a link associated with the paper pdf, and because the resources are often not in the journal supplementary material, we’re trying to keep track of things here and also in a collection of tools and data at traitecoevo.
All data and code, not in the paper supplementary material, are linked to below. Please use good attribution practices.
|Type of data||Source||Publication|
|The adequacy of models of trait evolution||Github||Pennell et al. 2015|
|How many of the world’s plant species are woody?||Github||FitzJohn et al. 2014|
|Plant species effects on surface fires: data and code to reproduce figures||Figshare and Github||Cornwell et al. 2015|
|Which plant species can (and can’t) symbiotically fix Nitrogen||DataDryad||Werner et al 2014|
|A database of mycorrhizal associations from the Soviet Union||Ecological Archives||Soudzilovskaia et al. 2015|
|Functional traits of California woody plant species||Ecological Flora of California and with more hoops in the TRY database||Cornwell and Ackerly 2007|
|An optimality model for the investment in stem tissue in different environmental conditions||Figshare||Westoby et al. 2012|
|The evolutionary relationships among 32223 vascular plant species||Canonical version from DataDryad. or A version of the main tree with synonymy updated to TPL 1.1||Zanne et al. 2014|
|Woodiness status for 49061 species||DataDryad||Zanne et al. 2014|
|Picante: R tools for integrating phylogenies and ecology||CRAN||Kembel et al 2010|