Getting Involved


You're welcome to use the resources available on the site, but we'd also love to hear from other researchers using, or interested in using CoDa techniques.


If you have data sets which could be analysed using CoDa techniques we'd be happy to discuss this with you. We can provide theoretical support and advice, or even work with you to carry out the analysis.

Developing Tools

If you'd like to develop a tool that uses CoDa techniques we can provide support and assistance.

Sharing your work

We're keen to publicise interesting and novel applications of CoDa. If we've missed your work please let us know!


If you spot any issues or problems, or you'd like to request some additional resource be added to the site, please get in touch.

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Who are we?


 Duncan McGregor (

Sebastien Chastin (

Philippa Dall (

Javier Palarea-Albaladejo (