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Preparation of plant sociological tables using microcomputers


, : Preparation of plant sociological tables using microcomputers. Tuexenia (6): 415-418

The use of micro-computers is becoming increasingly frequent in phytosociological work. In this context, the program MULTIPLAN was tested to assess the suitability of certain professional software for preparing phytosociological tables. As an extension to the main program, an auxillary program was written to calculate and print constancy values.

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