Data from: Impact of ecological redundancy on the performance of machine learning classifiers in vegetation mapping

Paul D. Macintyre, Adriaan Van Niekerk, Mark P. Dobrowolski, James L. Tsakalos & Ladislav Mucina
Vegetation maps are models of the real vegetation patterns and are considered important tools in conservation and management planning. Maps created through traditional methods can be expensive and time‐consuming, thus, new more efficient approaches are needed. The prediction of vegetation patterns using machine learning shows promise, but many factors may impact on its performance. One important factor is the nature of the vegetation–environment relationship assessed and ecological redundancy. We used two datasets with known ecological...
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