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Table 3 Species’ (median) percentage of occurrence in each quality category, shown for the whole dataset and for five economically important tree families

From: Big data of tree species distributions: how big and how good?

Family A-type B C D E F G H
All 18.0 10.6 1.2 1.3 0.3 2.9 38.4 31.3
Pinaceae 11.6 ↓ 3.3↓ 0.4↓ 0.4↓ 0.0↓ 2.0↓ 44.9↑ 25.2↓
Arecaceae 12.8 ↓ 9.1↓ 1.3↑ 1.0↓ 0.4↑ 3.2↑ 41.3↑ 35.3↑
Myrtaceae 20.6 ↑ 7.4↓ 0.9↓ 0.7↓ 0.3= 1.8↓ 42.2↑ 29.4↓
Dipterocarpaceae 7.3 ↓ 4.6↓ 0.6↓ 1.1↓ 0.8↑ 2.2↓ 7.4↓ 88.9↑
Fagaceae 19.5 ↑ 8.3↓ 0.8↓ 0.8↓ 0.1↓ 1.7↓ 42.9↑ 25.0↓
  1. Arrows represent an increase or decrease with respect to the percentages for the whole dataset. Red arrows indicate an increase or reduction of more than 50% with respect to the reference of percentages of all dataset