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ECOM II
If the observed probability for an axis is greater than 0.05 then there is a greater then
5% chance that the observed magnitude of the Eigenvalue could occur by random
chance and the axis is unlikely to explain any significant part of the variability in the
species data.
7.17
Environment plot
This graph shows the environmental variables plotted on the ordination axes. It will
allow you to see which variables are closely correlated with particular axes. For
example, a high positive correlation with an axis will be shown by a variable that has
a long arrow pointing in almost the same direction as the axis. A variable with an
arrow at almost right angles to an axis indicates that it is almost uncorrelated with
the axis.
You are able to plot the environmental variables with the ordination space defined by
the first four axes only. Other axes are unlikely to be of any importance.
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