These are the software packages built so far with functions first released in the modTools blog:
- Barbosa A.M., Brown J.A., Jiménez-Valverde A., Real R. (2013) modEvA: Model Evaluation and Analysis.
- Barbosa (2015) fuzzySim: Fuzzy Similarity in Species Distributions.
- Barbosa A.M., Marques J.T., Santos S.M., Lourenco A., Medinas D., Beja P., Mira A. (2016) DeadCanMove: Assess How Spatial Roadkill Patterns Change with Temporal Sampling Scheme.
Other packages I’m involved in, without being the lead author:
I actually found the link and going through the tutorials. I have a question if you don’t mind. You mention that all the models generated with multGLM can be used at once on a dataset. Could you provide a small example showing it how is done? Thanks
That’s in the fuzzySim modelling tutorial (http://fuzzysim.r-forge.r-project.org/fuzzySim-modelling-tutorial.html), 2nd section: the command ‘rotif.mods <- multGLM(data = rotif.env, sp.cols = 18:47, var.cols = 5:17, id.col = 1)' builds GLMs for multiple species in the dataset.
Can’t find a link anywhere within your site to where the packages reside. Can you give me a link for fuzzySim? Thanks
These packages are increadible useful. Thanks a lot…