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I will clarify your question a little. We start with two men, Dave and John. We know Dave and John are related, either as brothers, or parent-child. Can we use genetics to work out their relationship? If Dave and John are brothers they will have the same mtDNA, the DNA in the mitochondria, because mitochondria are maternally inherited. They should have the ...


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First, you cannot fully analyze pair-wise correlations between your environmental variables with NA values, and therefore cannot fully discount including covarying variables. If this is the case, you will not be able to know which of the covarying variables is responsible for any trends in your data. Second, I don't believe CCA will work with NA values -- ...



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