[Biomod-commits] overlay response curve plot

Wilfried Thuiller wilfried.thuiller at ujf-grenoble.fr
Tue Mar 6 19:54:18 CET 2012

Hi there,
The function is not coded that way at the moment but in theory we could. I'll try to patch it quickly. More soon.
The quick and dirty way would be to add an option in the response.plot function to not plot the response but rather store the data frame used for plotting. Then repeat it for all models and then wrap up a function to plot all data frame onto the same graph. 
I will do that soon for you. 

I think your proposition is a good idea so we will try to produce an updated version of the function soon as well, where it will be easier to do. 


Le 6 mars 2012 à 19:37, Emilie Roy-Dufresne a écrit :

> Hi, I would like to know if it is possible to overlay in a plot, for a given variable, all the response curves obtained for every models from the function "response.plot"?
> Thank you, 
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