ecospat.plot.mess

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Plot MESS

Plot the MESS extrapolation index onto the geographical space.

Usage
ecospat.plot.mess (mess.object, cex=1, pch=15)
Arguments
mess.object

A dataframe as returned by the ecospat.mess function.

cex

Specify the size of the symbol.

pch

Specify the point symbols.

Value

Returns a plot of the the MESS extrapolation index onto the geographical space.

References

Elith, J., M. Kearney and S. Phillips. 2010. The art of modelling range-shifting species. Methods in ecology and evolution, 1, 330-342.

See Also

ecospat.mess

Aliases
  • ecospat.plot.mess
Examples
# NOT RUN {
x <- ecospat.testData[c(2,3,4:8)]
proj <- x[1:90,] #A projection dataset.
cal <- x[91:300,] #A calibration dataset

#Create a MESS object 
mess.object <- ecospat.mess (proj, cal, w="default")

#Plot MESS 
ecospat.plot.mess (mess.object, cex=1, pch=15)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package ecospat, version 3.0, License: GPL

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