This function will extract the distributions of all the studied climate proxy and plot the data on a map.
explore_calibration_dataset( taxaType, save = FALSE, filename = "calibrationDataset.pdf", col = viridis::viridis(22)[3:22], width = 7.48, height = 7.48, as.png = FALSE, png.res = 300, xmn = NA, xmx = NA, ymn = NA, ymx = NA, continents = NA, countries = NA, realms = NA, biomes = NA, ecoregions = NA, dbname = "gbif4crest_02" )
A numerical index (between 1 and 6) to define the type of palaeoproxy used: 1 for plants, 2 for beetles, 3 for chironomids, 4 for foraminifers, 5 for diatoms and 6 for rodents. The example dataset uses taxaType=0 (pseudo-data). Default is 1.
A boolean to indicate if the diagram should be saved as a pdf file.
An absolute or relative path that indicates where the diagram
should be saved. Also used to specify the name of the file. Default:
the file is saved in the working directory under the name
A colour gradient.
The dimensions of the pdf file (default 7.48in ~19cm).
A boolean to indicate if the output should be saved as a png.
FALSE and the figure is saved as a pdf file.
The resolution of the png file (default 300 pixels per inch).
The coordinates defining the study area.
A vector of the continent names defining the study area.
A vector of the country names defining the study area.
A vector of the studied botanical realms defining the study area.
A vector of the studied botanical biomes defining the study area.
A vector of the studied botanical ecoregions defining the study area.
The name of the database. Default is
The distribution data