Biodiversity is in crisis. The overarching aim of conservation is to preserve biodiversity patterns and processes. To this end, protected areas are established to buffer species and preserve biodiversity processes. But resources are limited and so protected areas must be cost-effective. This package contains tools to generate plans for protected areas (prioritizations), using spatially explicit targets for biodiversity patterns and processes. To obtain solutions in a feasible amount of time, this package uses the commercial 'Gurobi' software package (obtained from ). Additionally, the 'rgurobi' package can also be installed to provide extra functionality (obtained from ).

Documentation

Manual: raptr.pdf
Vignette: raptr

Maintainer: Jeffrey O Hanson <jeffrey.hanson at uqconnect.edu.au>

Author(s): Jeffrey O Hanson*, Jonathan R Rhodes*, Hugh P Possingham*, Richard A Fuller*

Install package and any missing dependencies by running this line in your R console:

install.packages("raptr")

Depends R(>= 3.1.0), methods, sp, rgdal, raster
Imports utils, boot, grDevices, PBSmapping, graphics, stats, scales, shape, Matrix, adehabitatHR, RgoogleMaps, RandomFields, RColorBrewer, plyr, parallel, doParallel, rgeos, hypervolume, ks, gdalUtils, mvtnorm, ggplot2, testthat
Suggests knitr, dplyr, vegan, gurobi, rgurobi, gridExtra, rgl
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Package raptr
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URL https://github.com/jeffreyhanson/raptr
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Version 0.0.3
Published 2016-11-25
License GPL-3
BugReports https://github.com/jeffreyhanson/raptr/issues
SystemRequirements C++11
NeedsCompilation yes
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CRAN checks raptr check results
Package source raptr_0.0.3.tar.gz