Jaccard's index (Jaccard's coefficient) In biogeography, an index of faunal resemblance between two regions. It is calculated as C/N1 + N2 − C, where C is the number of taxa shared between a pair of regions and N1 and N2 are the number of species in each of the two regions.
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