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 From [[http://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​doi/​10.1890/​13-0196.1/​full#​s2|Dray et al. (2014)]]: Community composition of vascular plants was determined in 75 5 × 5 m plots. Each site was described by six environmental variables: mean snowmelt date over the period 1997–1999,​ slope inclination,​ aspect, index of microscale landform, index of physical disturbance due to cryoturbation and solifluction,​ and an index of zoogenic disturbance due to trampling and burrowing activities of the Alpine marmot. All variables are quantitative except the landform and zoogenic disturbance indices that are categorical variables with five and three categories, respectively. Eight quantitative functional traits (i.e., vegetative height, lateral spread, leaf elevation angle, leaf area, leaf thickness, specific leaf area, mass-based leaf nitrogen content, and seed mass) were measured on the 82 most abundant plant species (out of a total of 132 recorded species). From [[http://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​doi/​10.1890/​13-0196.1/​full#​s2|Dray et al. (2014)]]: Community composition of vascular plants was determined in 75 5 × 5 m plots. Each site was described by six environmental variables: mean snowmelt date over the period 1997–1999,​ slope inclination,​ aspect, index of microscale landform, index of physical disturbance due to cryoturbation and solifluction,​ and an index of zoogenic disturbance due to trampling and burrowing activities of the Alpine marmot. All variables are quantitative except the landform and zoogenic disturbance indices that are categorical variables with five and three categories, respectively. Eight quantitative functional traits (i.e., vegetative height, lateral spread, leaf elevation angle, leaf area, leaf thickness, specific leaf area, mass-based leaf nitrogen content, and seed mass) were measured on the 82 most abundant plant species (out of a total of 132 recorded species).
  
-[{{:​obrazky:​aravo-choler-photo-from-ecology.jpg?​direct&​700|Autumn view on the studied alpine meadows; flat areas in foreground (reddish color) are late snowmelting sites, while early snowmelting sites are in the upper slopes and ridges. Photo from Dray et al. (2014), photo credit ​ P. Choler. }}]+[{{:​obrazky:​aravo-choler-photo-from-ecology.jpg?​direct&​750|Autumn view on the studied alpine meadows; flat areas in foreground (reddish color) are late snowmelting sites, while early snowmelting sites are in the upper slopes and ridges. Photo from Dray et al. (2014), photo credit ​ P. Choler. }}]
  
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-| {{http://www.davidzeleny.net/​anadat-r/​data-download/​aravo.xlsx|aravo.xlsx}} ​ | Excel file  | Contains species × sample matrix, environmental variables, trait data, explanation of species abbreviations and metadata ​ |+| {{https://raw.githubusercontent.com/​zdealveindy/anadat-r/master/​data/​aravo.xlsx|aravo.xlsx}} ​ | Excel file  | Contains species × sample matrix, environmental variables, trait data, explanation of species abbreviations and metadata ​ |
  
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