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
< http://www.gurobi.com/>). Additionally, the 'rgurobi' package can also be
installed to provide extra functionality (obtained from
< http://github.com/jeffreyhanson/rgurobi>). For more information on using
this package, see Hanson et al. (2017)
This package depends on several packages which can be difficult to install under Linux and Mac operating systems.
Linux users can install them typing the following code into the terminal:
sudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install libgdal-devsudo apt-get install libproj-devsudo apt-get build-dep r-cran-rgl
Mac users can install them using this code in the terminal:
brew install Caskroom/cask/xquartzbrew install gdalRscript -e "setRepositories(ind=1:2);install.packages(c('rgdal','rgeos'))"
To install the latest official version from CRAN, use the following R code:
To install the development version from GitHub, use this R code:
if (!require('devtools'))install.packages('devtools', repo='', dep=TRUE)devtools:::install_github('jeffreyhanson/raptr')
Once this package has been installed, you can read through the vignette for a tutorial on how to use it.
View it here, or by running this R code:
# open vignette in web browservignette('raptr', package='raptr')
If this R package helped you, please cite it.
Hanson J. O., Rhodes J. R., Possingham H. P, and Fuller R. A. (2016). raptr: Representative and Adequate Prioritization Toolkit in R. R package. R package version 0.0.3. https://github.com/jeffreyhanson/raptr.