Install ConR

Install R. You may want to install the latest version from github by using the following code:


See the associated vignette for a overview of the different functions.

UPDATE June 2018

It is now possible to run the analysis in parallel which can fasten considerably the computation for large datasets (it does not a significant difference for small datasets or when mapping is not requested).

The example below run the evaluation in 4 cores in parallel.

MyResults <- IUCN.eval(Malagasy.amphibian, parallel=T, NbeCores=4, DrawMap=T)

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ConR documentation built on Oct. 30, 2019, 11:30 a.m.