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The latter component is called ‘evenness’ in the ecological literature, and several measures of evenness have been proposed (see Tuomisto, 2012). Here, however, we are interested in indices of species diversity that simultaneously capture richness and evenness. Not surprisingly, there exist several indices of species diversity. Maurer and McGill (2011) provide a detailed account of the history and theory behind these various measures. Two of them, the Simpson diversity index and the Shannon diversity index, are among the oldest and most widely used.
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Computational and statistical approaches to genomics by Wei Zhang; Ilya Shmulevich