[GRASS-SVN] r68891 - grass-addons/grass7/raster/r.mess

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Thu Jul 7 10:36:10 PDT 2016

Author: pvanbosgeo
Date: 2016-07-07 10:36:10 -0700 (Thu, 07 Jul 2016)
New Revision: 68891

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Modified: grass-addons/grass7/raster/r.mess/r.mess.html
--- grass-addons/grass7/raster/r.mess/r.mess.html	2016-07-07 17:31:21 UTC (rev 68890)
+++ grass-addons/grass7/raster/r.mess/r.mess.html	2016-07-07 17:36:10 UTC (rev 68891)
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
 The Multivariate Environmental Similarity (MES) surfaces was
 proposed by Elith et al (2010) [1] and originally implemented in the
-<a href="https://www.cs.princeton.edu/~schapire/maxent/">Maxent
-software</a>. The MES provides a measure of the portional distance
+<a href="https://www.cs.princeton.edu/~schapire/maxent/">Maxent software</a>.
+The MES provides a measure of the portional distance
 of any points (in the projection data) with respect to the range of
 individual covariates from reference data. More precisely, the MES
 represents how similar a point is to a reference set of points, with
@@ -54,8 +54,8 @@
 seasonality) in Kenya and Uganda. All climate layers (current and
 future) are from http://www.worldclim.org. The protected areas layer
 includes all nationally designated protected areas with a IUCN
-category of II or higher from <a href="http://www.protectedplanet.net/">
+category of II or higher from
+<a href="http://www.protectedplanet.net/">protectedplanet.net</a>.
 <h3>Example 1</h3>
@@ -75,15 +75,17 @@
 annual precipitation (bio12), precipitation seasonality (bio15) and
 the three combined (MES).
-<p><img src="r_mess_Ex_01.png">
+<img src="r_mess_Ex_01.png">
 <h3>Example 2</h3>
 In the second example, conditions in the whole region are compared
 to those in the region's protected areas (ppa), which thus serves as
-the reference/sample area. See <a href=
-"http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0121444">van Breugel et al.
-(2015)</a> [3] for an example how this can be useful.
+the reference/sample area. See
+<a href="http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0121444">van Breugel et al.(2015)</a> 
+[3] for an example how this can be useful.
 <div class="code"><pre>
 g.region raster=bio1
@@ -97,7 +99,9 @@
 seasonality gradients. Areas with novel conditions can be found in
 northern Kenya.
-<p><img src="r_mess_Ex_02.png">
+<img src="r_mess_Ex_02.png">
 <h3>Example 3</h3>
@@ -125,16 +129,16 @@
 only differ were the MES of more than one variable is negative (dark
 grey areas in the <i>Count</i> map).
-<p><img src="r_mess_Ex_03.png">
+<img src="r_mess_Ex_03.png">
 [1] Elith, J., Kearney, M., & Phillips, S.
 2010. The art of modelling range-shifting species. Methods in
-Ecology and Evolution 1:330-342. See the <a href=
-supplementary materials</a> supplementary materials</a> for a detailed
-description of how to compute the MES.
+Ecology and Evolution 1:330-342. 
 <p>[2] Mesgaran, M.B., Cousens, R.D. & Webber, B.L. (2014) Here be 
 dragons: a tool for quantifying novelty due to covariate range and 

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