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the most important thing about using these platforms is that you understand the logic behind the program like try to think of how was it XXXXXXXXXXXXX by the program and that would be easier for you to understand where the things go and what is the next step of it well, before starting inputting data working modeller please open your windows explorer to see the information that we are going to use to your XXXXXX where data is for??? which is ENM, I doubt you have to use of your choice here the 3rd one is by XXXXXX data, it's going XXXXXXX you will see two fires?? XXXXXXXXXXXXXX and XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX which stands for old model and owing that second one you should see something like this these are the records of 2 species the XXXXXXXXX data for the XXXXX species, in right for the XXXXXXXXX in XXXX model it's a very simple structure. this is a nasty file with these four columns the first one is a XXXXX and intersting to have this single first the single one is a scientific name or the name of your species longitude and latitude and each route corresponds to one specific location where the species has been recorded so the least of records here we present all the localities that the species has been recorded so far we have two species here if you go down the values in this case are seperated by halves and the extention of the name is TXT we have all the records of one species together and then all the records of the second species together Don't mix up the box with 3 species, because then XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX you got to have all the records of one species altogether and then the next species and so forth you can include as many species as you wish XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX not include like hundreds of species here keep the list like 5 or 10, not more than that. since that slows down the process a lot and sometimes it XXXXXXX well, that's the simple structure of your file for your own data by the end of this day you will need to run your own BIOCLIM models so you need to give these instructions to your XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX now go to the geo data directly open the African XXXXX and go to the "client person Africa" and you will see XXXXXX files that we were working with yesterday you'll see two types of files here .ASC and .BRJ with work pad or note pad open the BRJ please and you'll see the file that contains the information of the projection of your map this is only for informative and referening purposes XXXXXXXX GIS XXXX map open XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX file 1 for example again with a workpad or notepad and you'll see that this is actually your map this part of the map is a XXXXXXXX which means that you have 614columns 579 rows these are the coordinates for the longitude at the left corner and the longitude and the latitude, the XXXX sites in decimal degrees and how you all know data bundles are quoted, in this case are XXXXXXX negative XXXXXX and each one of these bundles represent one pixel in your map and this format is a XXXXX format, that can be a XXXXXXX format that can be read by any text reader so these are the new pieces of even data that we need and this is the format that we need and this is the format that we need to use when we see maths and XXXXXXXXXX we'll see the format for the species data there's going to be a bit different but also very similar now go to your open modeller interface base and you'll see that it has 2 parts directly in the interface XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX and you have three to five minutes here for parameterizing?? all what you need to do is to run your models and we are going to follow the order of these items to make our first model so please XXXX on the first one the one that says data sets you will see yours empty XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX these are data sets that I have created already for different projects what we are going to do now is to XXXXX the program which XXXXXXXXX we are going to use for one of the models, OK? we need to upload these layers into the system so do that, you are OK with XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXXX and it's asking you where are your asking files stored so those who are XXXXXXXXXXX in geodata of Africa XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX you will see here that you have several data sets you have climate for 2020 for Africa climate for 2050 for Africa climate for the present XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX you can see that you have two symbols here one in red and one in green and here it says that ones in green means that they have information on the geographic projection and the first of hat I showed you this BRJ is the kind that I showed you before so the ones that don't have it is marked with red there is no problem running the models if they have or don't have it's only that in the green ones we know what is the projection we are working on and in the other we don't know now here you'll select you select all the vials in the present folder and select all the vials in the XXXXXXXXXXXX altogether using that just click on the vials in the present folder and select all of them the present at the top do you follow me? XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX I'm sorry? from adding the layers? we are in the process of adding the layers so the first step is that you find a folder where the layers ask for OK? you do that with XXXXX sign here this is a browser. so it takes you to your XXXXXXX where you can find the folder or layers asked for then you select from the least that it shows you there, select all the layers in this clan of present Africa folder OK and the topper ones, ... say OK if you are not following me don't worry we'll have practice in this afternoon and we will work with you on your tables on your machines. so pay attention to the way I'm doing this you will see the least of all the XXXXXXXXX that you selected here in the window in the bottom of the screen ones you have all the variables that you are going to use presented here in this screen just make sure that one of these layers here is selected as one of the mask layers just make sure that it's one of these variables that is selected by the XXXXXXXXXX just make sure and then apply , sorry. you need to give a name to the layers. this case we are going to use Africa project if you want to write the distribution of this data set it's fine if you are going to do it it doesn't matter once you have the names and the layers selected just apply and you will see these circles on the left of the screen that means that this layer has been uploaded to the very XXXXXXXXXXXXX do you follow me? don't worry if you've not got it running and right up with Enrique this hasn't given us the older view and then we are going to run around the room and make sure that everybody is XXXXXXXX in this case select the one that is called aspect and only that one and remove that one with the minus sign here from your data set so when you have the layers here you can more layers to your data set and you can remove layers from your data set, so we just removed the aspect layers from the data set now say apply and close now we have one piece of the input data already set for running we have the data set we will now input the data before inputting the data go to the second icon here and you'll see a list in red. you won't have these blue options you have only the red ones which are all the algorithms that the open modeller can handle these are different methods or model indices OK? you see here our XXXXX networks BIOCLIM, Climate space model, environmental distance, etc even we have XXXXXXXX here but it doesn't work properly. so don't use XXXX within open modeller click on the BIOCLIM option and XXXX on the profile, it's a brief description on how it works and then you see the parameters when you are here and you want to change the parameters from the front option you see this is XXXXXXX and you cannot modify models here if you need to modify the models you need to clone the option so XXXXXXX will appear somewhere a copy of BIOCLIM, copy 1 BIOCLIM right? the copy1 BIOCLIM now allows you to modify the four parameters you can use it under default you can use it on the default, yes. but, it's important here if you are going to modify the parameters understand what you are doing so the value here, here is the explanation down there it's the standard deviation values and it essentially says that how many of the proportions of calibration points

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Duration: 17 minutes and 42 seconds
Country: United States
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Posted by: townpeterson on Jul 12, 2013


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