[R] Biomod model access

Matthew Bayly matt.j.bayly at gmail.com
Wed Feb 12 18:22:13 CET 2014

I have been struggling with this same problem. I always have to re-run. 

I have however figured out the whole data-format issue & am now able to 
save grid files for use in other GIS programs after they are re-exported.

On Thursday, August 15, 2013 1:32:31 AM UTC-7, Jenny Williams wrote:
> I am still trying to get my head around biomod2. I have run through the 
> tutorial a few times, which works really well in a linear format. 
> But, I want to see the models and assess them at every part of the 
> process. So, I need to: 
> 1: be able to re-access all the files from /.BIOMOD_DATA/ once R is closed 
> and all the file links are lost. 
> e.g myBiomodModelOut 
> 2: call the summary parameters for the models e.g GLM, I can see the files 
> but not sure how to access them. 
> e.g 
> >myGLMs <- BIOMOD_LoadModels(myBiomodModelOut, models='GLM') 
> #just produces a list 
> >summary(myGLMs[1]) 
>    Length     Class      Mode 
>    1 character character 
> #summary(GLM) doesn't work, but is the output that I am looking to find. 
> 3. find the split datasets used for each of the iterations BIOMOD_Modeling 
> options; NbRunEval for DataSplit 
> Any help or pointers in the right direction would be greatly appreciated. 
> FYI the vignette does not seem to work: 
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