rsMove Updated! (v0.2.7)

rsMove Updated! (v0.2.7)

written by EORhub

December 12, 2018

New version of rsMove is available for download. Check the news of the package for details.

The new version added a vignette (see here) detailing the methodology proposed by Remelgado et al. (2017) to map animal resource suitability with remote sensing.

Highlights:

  • Added c++ functions for time-sensitive linear interpolation (intime and intime2)
  • imgInt() was extended to use the newly developed, c++ functions (faster image processing!)
  • Added plausibilityTest() function to compare a probability map (e.g. resource suitability map) against existing data (e.g. land cover) to judge the plausibility of a spatial prediction (does it have an ecological sense?)

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