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Generalized Joint Attribute Models

Work through the Code of PBGJAM's Backbone

This tutorial, presented at the 2019 NASA Biodiversity and Ecological Forecasting Conference Workshop, walks you through the Generalized Joint Attribute (GJAM) Package that is the backbone of PBGJAM. This Bayesian model allows for the joint modeling of multiple taxa with various climatic and remote sensing inputs.

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Download your Own Environmental and Remote Sensing Data

Developed by members of the PBGJAM team, the python package GEEDATAEXTRACT allows users to download environmental data for their own data; from remote sensing to climate, and NASA's NEX-GDDP future climate projections, this python package is an invaluable source for researchers working on biodiversity modeling.

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PBGJAM is a collaborative project with financial and logistical support from the following partners