[Biomod-commits] raster size for spatial predictions
wilfried.thuiller at ujf-grenoble.fr
Fri Sep 16 14:40:18 CEST 2011
You have two solutions:
Either you buy a bigger machine ;-)
you cut your rasters into two pieces and you will merge back the projections latter on.
With Unix or Mac machine on 64bits with 30-40Go of RAM, you should not have any problem with the full raster BTW.
Le 16 sept. 2011 à 12:09, Yann Pittet a écrit :
> I am a beginner with BIOMOD and i would like to use the projection.raster function.
> I made the model calibration without any troubles but i can't make the spatial predictions because of
> the size of my rasters.
> I have 9 environmentals predictors and i made a stack with them and then an error message appears that
> tell a vector of 960 Mo can not be allow.
> What can I do to run spatial prediction with my raster?
> Thank you in advance for your help!
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