GCM compareR is a web application developed to assist ecologists, conservationists and policy makers at understanding climate change scenarios and differences between Global Circulation Models (GCMs), and at assisting the triage of subsets of models in an objective and informed manner. GCM compareR is written in R and uses the web app development package shiny.
Visit and use the app at http://ecoinformatica.net/GCMcompareR.html.
You will find complete instructions and a workflow description on how to use the app within the site. Further guidelines and descriptions of the methods can be found in the research article: (to be completed).
This app has been developed by Javier Fajardo, Derek Corcoran, Patrick Roehrdanz, Lee Hannah and Pablo Marquet in Marquet Lab in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, in Santiago de Chile. It was built as part of the Spatial Planning for Protected Areas in Response to Climate Change initiative (SPARC) project, a GEF initiative leaded by Conservation International (CI), and with the support of Instituto de Ecología y Biodiversidad (IEB) in Chile.
The use of GCM compareR can be acknowledged with the following citation: (to be completed)
Please, open an issue here if you found any problem while using the app, or have any comment or suggestion regarding how to improve GCM compareR.