BIOMOD.formated.data-class {biomod2}R Documentation

BIOMOD_FormatingData() outputs objects class

Description

BIOMOD.formated.data objects are created, used and returned by BIOMOD functions. It's contains the minimal set of data biomod2 needs to work. Input data given to BIOMOD_FormatingData are rearranged to fit with BIOMOD_Modeling input format. All data are stored into matrix (even environmental raster) explaining why some objects appears to be quite heavy.

If you ask for pseudo absences selection in BIOMOD_FormatingData, you will get a BIOMOD.formated.data.PA, else you will get a BIOMOD.formated.data.PA object.

Slots

BIOMOD.formated.data

sp.name:

"character", species name

coord:

"data.frame", species points XY coordinates

data.species:

"numeric", species presences, absences and no information kept points

data.env.var:

"data.frame", explanatory variables associated to species points

has.data.eval:

"logical", was specific models evaluation dataset given ?

eval.coord:

"data.frame", species models evaluation points XY coordinates

eval.data.species:

"numeric", species presences, absences and no information models evaluation kept points

eval.data.env.var:

"data.frame", explanatory variables associated to models evaluation species points

BIOMOD.formated.data

sp.name:

"character", species name

coord:

"data.frame", species points XY coordinates

data.species:

"numeric", species presences, absences and no information kept points

data.env.var:

"data.frame", explanatory variables associated to species points

has.data.eval:

"logical", was specific models evaluation dataset given ?

eval.coord:

"data.frame", species models evaluation points XY coordinates

eval.data.species:

"numeric", species presences, absences and no information models evaluation kept points

eval.data.env.var:

"data.frame", explanatory variables associated to models evaluation species points

PA:

"data.frame", each column contains 1 or 0 indicating for each species points if it was select or not in associated PA dataset

Author(s)

Damien Georges

Examples

showClass("BIOMOD.formated.data")

[Package biomod2 version 3.5.1 Index]