Mohamed Z. Hatim

PhD Researcher at Plant Ecology and Nature conservation, Environmental Sciences Group, Wageningen University & Research, Wageningen University
  • Netherlands

About Mohamed Z. Hatim

Mohamed Z. Hatim is a PhD researcher in Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group at Wageningen University, The Netherlands, and an Assistant Lecturer in the Faculty of Science at Tanta University, Egypt. He is interested in vegetation data analysis, classification, and mapping. He has participated in international projects dealing with vegetation surveying and data analysis. He was a researcher in the "Medicinal Plants Conservation Project" in South Sinai, granted by UNDP and GEF, and implemented by EEAA, Egypt: 2004-2007. He is also a custodian and researcher in a global project for analyzing the world vegetation databases (sPlot), from 2012 until now.

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Do we do the vegetation data clustering analysis right?

Vegetation data analysis is one of the crucial issues we deal with in almost all researches we do in vegetation Science. One of the most common vegetation data analyses is the clustering analysis. In this article, I am going to focus on the clustering tendency issue.


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