[MARMAM] dsmextra R package

Phil Bouchet pjbouchet at gmail.com
Thu Dec 12 07:52:30 PST 2019


Dear colleagues,

 

On behalf of my co-authors, I am pleased to announce the release of ‘dsmextra’ v1.0.0 - our new R package for diagnosing, summarising, and visualising various forms of extrapolation in multivariate environmental space. The package can be freely downloaded from Github, and a comprehensive tutorial vignette is available here:

 

https://densitymodelling.github.io/dsmextra/

 

Underlying concepts are fully described in our recent technical report:

 

Bouchet PJ, Miller DL, Roberts JJ, Mannocci L, Harris CM, Thomas L (2019). >From here and now to there and then: Practical recommendations for extrapolating cetacean density surface models to novel conditions. CREEM technical report 2019-01, Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling (CREEM), University of St Andrews, 59 p.

https://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/18509

 

dsmextra is an output from the LMR-funded DenMod project (https://synergy.st-andrews.ac.uk/denmod/), which aims to advance available methods and improve practice in density surface modelling. 

The project is an ongoing collaboration between the University of St Andrews, Duke University, NOAA and the United States Navy.

 

For more information, questions, or bug reports, feel free to contact me at pb282 at st-andrews.ac.uk

 

Best wishes,

Phil

 

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Dr. Phil Bouchet | Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Centre for Research into Ecological & Environmental Modelling (CREEM)

The Observatory, Buchanan Gardens
University of St Andrews, St Andrews Fife
KY16 9LZ, Scotland (UK)

 

Associate Editor | Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation

Review Editor | Frontiers in Marine Science (Megafauna section)

 

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