Data from: No silver bullets in correlative ecological niche modeling: insights from testing among many potential algorithms for niche estimation

Huijie Qiao, Jorge Soberón & Andrew Townsend Peterson
The field of ecological niche modeling or species distribution modeling has seen enormous activity and attention in recent years, in light of exciting biological inferences that can be drawn from correlational models of species’ environmental requirements (i.e., ecological niches) and inferences of potential geographic distributions. Among the many methods used in the field, one or two are in practice assumed to be ‘best’ and are used commonly, often without explicit testing. We explore herein implications...
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