[Biomod-commits] Accessing XY coordinated for absence data

Jenny Williams jenny.williams at kew.org
Fri Jul 26 12:34:43 CEST 2013

I am trying to get an XY table of the pseudo-absence data generated in BIOMOD_FormatingData.

I understand that the PA's are stored in the hidden folder, but not sure how to source them back to R and therefore extract to *.csv or *.txt

I have tried :

But only get an error:
Error in BIOMOD_FormatingData$PA.table :
  object of type 'closure' is not subsettable

Jenny Williams
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