Finding patterns in data


The following organisations and individuals are gratefully acknowledged in the development of PATN-

CSIRO logo CSIRO Ecosystems Science
GPO Box 284, Canberra 2601
Griffith University Dr Grant Wardell-Johnson
Formerly: Australian School of Environmental Studies,
Griffith University, Nathan, Queensland 4111

Now: Associate Professor, Environmental Biology,
Curtin University, Bently, WA 2102

Generic man working at computer Taras Harasymiv
The enthusiasm and dedication of Taras is greatly appreciated. Taras wrote the foundation code for the first Windows version of PATN.

Adam Collins
Adam did the majority of the coding of PATN for WIndows as a student project at Griffith University. Amazing in itself! Adam remains the amazing PATN developer.Thanks Adam!