Modelling and Forecasting Biological Invasions


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Documentation for package ‘Biolinv’ version 0.1-3

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cosd Computes the cosine of an angle expressed in decimal degrees.
EM Runs the EM algorithm.
frogs Frogs sighting locations.
frogsEM Frogs sighting locations and the output of the EM() function.
frogsJK Four Jackknife re-samplings done on dataset 'frogs' generated by function jackKnife().
frogsLacro Simulated datasets for comparison with 'frogs' dataset generated with function simulacro() (see examples in ?simulacro).
frogsSum Summary of the dissimilarity values of each of the dataframes in 'frogsLacro' with dataframe 'frogs'.
fx One dimentional dispersal kernel function.
jackKnife Jackknifes a dataset.
modSel Wrapper for function spatSim() which allows use on multiple datasets.
NPG Generates points of natural origin.
nzp Landmasses of the two main islands of New Zealand as SpatialPolygons.
nzw Landmasses of the two main islands of New Zealand as Window object.
plotAlpha Plots the output of modSel().
plotlacro Plots the file type used as input and output of simulacro().
RPG Generates random points within a geographic boundary.
SDS Generates a list of dispersal vectors.
simulacro Builds a simulated biological invasion dataset.
sind Computes the sine of an angle expressed in decimal degrees.
spatFilter Filters a set of points based on a probability map.
spatSim Computes spatial dissimilarity of two point processes.