[Biomod-commits] Projection raster error: Error in x at layers [[i]] : subscript out of bounds
wilfried.thuiller at ujf-grenoble.fr
Thu Jun 9 07:05:43 CEST 2011
I gather you do not use the last version of R (2.12 or 2.13) with the latest version of BIOMOD. Do you?
Then, to help you we need to know the calls, the outputs you get ect...
Le 9 juin 2011 à 03:56, James Lukey a écrit :
> I am currently working on projecting the future distributions of various species under climate change using other programs (mostly openModeller, OM), but I would like to be able to compare those projections to those made in BIOMOD, as BIOMOD has a few models that aren't offered in OM that are supposed to be quite useful. I have been working with BIOMOD and I can get projections, but in order to have direct comparisons I would like to export rasters to ArcGIS. However, I am unable to get the Projection.raster() function to work correctly. I have worked through a few errors but I am now stumped at this error: Error in x at layers [[i]] : subscript out of bounds
> Any help or even pointing me to code that works for this function would be greatly appreciated. Also, in case it matters I have been modeling my species information on the 19 Bioclim layers.
> James Lukey, Ph.D.
> Post Doctoral Associate
> Department of Biological Sciences
> University of Notre Dame
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