Russell Dinnage has just added a really cool feature: interactive plotting of enmtools.species and enmtools.model objects. Here's a species:
The maps are zoom-able and pan-able, and draw very quickly. Source maps are downloaded from the internet on the fly, though, which means you do need an internet connection to use these functions.
The functions in question are "interactive.plot.enmtools.species" and "interactive.plot.enmtools.model", respectively. All are now implemented on the master branch of ENMTools on GitHub.
Thursday, February 1, 2018
The goal here is to give you some idea of what your model is saying in the context of the data that generated it, instead of just plotting the response function. Currently it's been tested on GAM, GLM, Bioclim, and Domain models. I'll do some more testing and probably move it over to the main branch before the weekend.