[Biomod-commits] Convert maxent files to use in Biomod

Wilfried Thuiller wilfried.thuiller at ujf-grenoble.fr
Wed Oct 31 17:59:53 CET 2012

Dear Danilo,
I strongly encourage you to use the biomod2 version instead of BIOMOD. biomod2 incorporates MAXENT and uses more or less the same input data. 

For running biomod2 over one species, you just need to modify your csv files, by replacing the name of your species list 100 times (if you have 100 presences) by 1. Have the coordinates for these 100 presences. Then load your rasters in R, and feed biomod2 with that. 

install.packages("biomod2", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")



look for the vignette (Click on Index at the bottom, then click on Overview of users guides and packages vignettes at the top).

Le 31 oct. 2012 à 17:54, Danilo Gustavo a écrit :

> Dear BIOMOD list,
> I have worked with Maxent to create niche models and now I want to do the models in BIOMOD. But reading the tutorial of the program I couldn't find how to create the data file that the program needs because it is very diferent from the ones used in Maxent. How can I convert a .csv file with the columns species, latitude and longitude into the file format for BIOMOD using R? 
> I apreciate any help you can give. I am using R 2.15.1 (64 bits).
> Best wishes,
> Danilo 
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