CDendro naming standard

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To let CDendro know which radius comes from which tree, you should carefully select the identities of your samples.
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To let '''CDendro''' know which radius comes from which tree, you should carefully select the identities of your samples.
<br/>Five samples from two different trees could be named NM01A, NM01B, NM02A, NM02B1, NM02B2.
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*Five samples from two different trees could be named NM01A, NM01B, NM02A, NM02B1, NM02B2.
<br/>The identity for a tree should end with a digit. An optional following letter indicates a radius.
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*The identity for a tree should end with a digit. An optional following letter indicates a radius.
<br/>One radius may be divided into two samples if they are named e.g. NM02B1 and NM02B2.)
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*One radius may be divided into two samples if they are named e.g. NM02B1 and NM02B2.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 21:39, 21 May 2009

To let CDendro know which radius comes from which tree, you should carefully select the identities of your samples.

  • Five samples from two different trees could be named NM01A, NM01B, NM02A, NM02B1, NM02B2.
  • The identity for a tree should end with a digit. An optional following letter indicates a radius.
  • One radius may be divided into two samples if they are named e.g. NM02B1 and NM02B2.
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