[Biomod-commits] Uncaught bounce notification

Wilfried Thuiller wilfried.thuiller at ujf-grenoble.fr
Tue Sep 15 15:23:57 CEST 2009

Dear Pep,
It seems your email was bounced several times. Make sure you use the 
right email address (without bounces).

Concerning your request, yes it is possible to project in space or time. 
Just use the Projection function in BIOMOD.
It requires point data (and not rasters or grids, i.e. you have the 
extract the locations where you want to project, by using the "sample" 
function in arcgis for instance) but we are working on an update which 
will allow to project under arcgis raster directly.
Make sure the column names are exactly the same you used to calibrate 
the models.

Please have a look a the manual. The Projection function is fully 
explained (/Biomod.Manual()/).

Hope it helps,

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> Choosing absences and mapping predictions...
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> Pep Serra <josep.serra at uab.cat>
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> Dear all,
> I have presences and absences of a tree species thanks to the data of 
> a national inventory. Despite the bias due to inventory sampling, a 
> filter could be undertaken resulting in a quite reliable selection of 
> real absences (not pseudo-absences).
> After running BIOMOD with this data, we would expect predictions at 
> those sites (let's call it cells), however sometimes we would like to 
> extend these predictions to the whole region under study. How could we 
> extract the algorithm of every model used by BIOMOD in order to apply 
> it to a GIS environment? or maybe to another dataframe containing all 
> the information for every cell of the grid (quite large data frames 
> though)?
> Thank you very much again,
> Pep

Wilfried Thuiller
Laboratoire d'Ecologie Alpine, UMR-CNRS 5553
Université J. Fourier
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