[R-sig-Geo] Help with ENFA in R

Clement Calenge clement.calenge at oncfs.gouv.fr
Wed Apr 10 10:05:28 CEST 2013

Dear Jonathan,

To import the maps, have a look at the function readAsciiGrid from the 
package maptools.
To import the points, read.csv or read.table (use your prefered way to 
import data in R).

Clément Calenge.

On 04/10/2013 09:59 AM, JonathanAronson wrote:
> Hi Mathieu
> Thank you again. You are really helping  me. Please forgive some of my
> questions because I am very knew to R and I have to teach this to myself.
> AdehabitatHS is using a different method to read the raster files. So when I
> input this code: var1<- import.asc("Data/bio_01.asc") I get the following
> error - Error: could not find function "import.asc". This makes sense to me
> because sp classes are used. I have read both the vignettes and used the
> example code for the lynx data but I am still struggling to interpret what
> the vignettes are saying and to use my own data. The code map <-
> lynxjura$map seems to contain all the environmental data. I am not sure how
> to use the sp package to get my 15 environmental variables into a similar
> dataframe. The same goes for my csv files - do I still need to use read.csv
> or should I rather use something like $locs.
> Thank you again
> Jonathan
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