SimpleSDMLayers.jl

SimpleSDMLayers.jl and GBIF.jl: A Framework for Species Distribution Modeling in Julia. Predicting where species should be found in space is a common question in ecology and biogeography. Species distribution models (SDMs), for instance, aim to predict where environmental conditions are suitable for a given species, often on continuous geographic scales. Such analyses require the use of geo-referenced data on species distributions coupled with climate or land cover information, hence a tight integration between environmental data, species occurrence data, and spatial coordinates. Thus, it requires an e cient way to access these di erent data types within the same software, as well as a exible framework on which to build various analysis work ows. Here we present SimpleSDMLayers.jl and GBIF.jl, two packages in the Julia language implementing a simple framework and type-system on which to build SDM analyses, as well as providing access to popular data sources for species occurrences and environmental conditions.

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  1. Gabriel Dansereau; Timothée Poisot: SimpleSDMLayers.jl and GBIF.jl: A Framework for Species Distribution Modeling in Julia (2021) not zbMATH