BEFANA: A tool for biodiversity-ecosystem functioning assessment by network analysis

BEFANA is a free and open source software tool for the analysis and visualisation of ecological networks. It is adapted to the needs of ecologists and enables them to investigate the topology and dynamics of ecological networks and to apply selected machine learning algorithms.

BEFANA is presented with a concrete example of a detrital soil food web of an agricultural grassland, demonstrating all its main components and functionalities.

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