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openModeller Desktop

openModeller Desktop is a user friendly interface to the openModeller library. openModeller library is a generic framework for carrying out fundamental niche modelling experiments, typically used to predict species distribution given a set of environmental raster layers. The openModeller Desktop application builds on the openModeller library by providing a user friendly graphical user interface for carrying out niche modelling experiments.

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  •  26 Oct 2007 17:55

    Release Notes: Improved mapping capabilities. Experiments run in their own thread. Web Service modelling improvements. Absence modelling is now supported. GBIF Rest Data Fetcher. New algorithms (Support Vector Machines and Bioclim Score). A thresholding tool. Translation to Traditional Chinese.

    •  23 Apr 2007 15:43

      Release Notes: An experiment level summary report was added. Locality fetching using "scraper plugins" was enabled, and GBIF Web, GBIF Rest, and speciesLink "scrapers" were added. You can now export samples as tab delimited or CSV delimited text. Support was added for new (mandatory) locality IDs in the openModeller library. By popular request, the experiment outputs are stored in a folder with a human readable name. Modelling with multiple locality files in one directory is supported. Error handling for aborted models was improved. Support for building on Mac OS X was fixed. A new build system using CMake is used.


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