Connectivity Analysis Toolkit
License
Version history
Getting Started
Overview of Methods
Three Methods for Connectivity Analysis
Subset Centrality: Mapping Linkages
All-pairs Centrality: Mapping Landscape Connectivity
Network Flow Analysis of Time Series
Input files
Output files
Running the Toolkit from the GUI
Hexmap Tab
Graphs Tab
Connectivity Tab
Output Tab
Running the Toolkit from the Command Prompt
Flowchart of analysis process
Examples
Example 1: Shortest-path betweenness centrality (BC)
Example 2: Shortest-path betweenness subset centrality
Example 3: Comparison of subset and all-pairs current flow BC
Example 4: Comparison of shortest-path and current flow BC
Tutorial
Exercise 1 - Mapping linkages with min-cost-max-flow subset centrality
Exercise 2 - Mapping linkages with shortest-path subset centrality
Exercise 3 - Mapping landscape connectivity with all-pairs centrality
Exercise 4 - Mapping connectivity under climate change: analysis of time series
Troubleshooting
Related Resources
System requirements
Contacts & Credits
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Connectivity Analysis Toolkit
Version 1.3.2 User guide
August 2014