bossMaps (0.1.0)

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Convert Binary Species Range Maps into Continuous Surfaces Based on Distance to Range Edge.

Contains functions to convert binary (presence-absence) expert species range maps (like those found in a field guide) into continuous surfaces based on distance to range edge. These maps can then be used in species distribution models such as Maximum Entropy (Phillips 2008 ) using additional information (such as point occurrence data) to refine the expert map.

Maintainer: Adam M. Wilson
Author(s): Adam M. Wilson [aut, cre], Cory Merow [aut]

License: MIT + file LICENSE

Uses: doParallel, foreach, ggplot2, raster, rgdal, rgeos, scales, sp, tidyr, profr, testthat, directlabels, rasterVis, knitr, dplyr, magrittr, rmarkdown, rgrass7

Released about 3 years ago.



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