The goal of this R package is to map World countries in the Robinson projection system (or others CRS) centered on a different meridian than Greenwich. It uses 'Natural Earth' layers as base maps.
Print messages in the R console
This R package is a collection of functions to print messages in the R console using the packages 'cli' and 'crayon'. This package is strongly inspired from the functions ui_*() of the package 'usethis'.
An R client for the Web of Science Lite API
An interface for the Web of Science Lite API. It allows users to write complexe requests to retrieve scientific publications metatata.
Course on Reproducibility
Data toolbox for reproducible research in computational ecology
The objective of this five-day course, in French, is to train young researchers in reproducibility, software development and version management tools applied to biodiversity research.
A Computation of functional spaces and functional diversity indices
Computing functional traits-based distances between pairs of species for species gathered in assemblages allowing to build several functional spaces. The package includes different graphical outputs.
Bayesian model to estimate population trends from counts series
Infers trends of one or several populations over time from series of counts. It does so by accounting for count precision, smoothing the population rate of increase over time, and accounting for the maximum demographic potential of species.
Makes easier the creation of R package or research compendium
The aim of this package is to make easier the creation of R package or research compendium (i.e. a predefined files/folders structure) so that users can focus on the code instead of wasting time organizing files. A full ready-to-work structure is set up with some additional cool features.
An R client to the World Database on Protected Areas API
An interface to the World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA) that allow users to download spatial geometries of protected areas for world countries using the WDPA API <https://api.protectedplanet.net>.