Tools operate on one or more of the three basic data types. Data does not have to be pre-mapped, but will be used as a prompt by default if it is. Area can be the base of a function as in reporting species, occurrences and associated data. Area can also be used in conjunction with other tools such as scatterplots (species plotted against layer values), classification (integrating gridded layers) or prediction (interpolating species based on gridded layers).
NOTE: The links below currently points to instructions produced by the Australian Living Atlas team. The BioAtlas team will successionaly add customized information for Swedish conditions.
- Area Report and Detailed Area Report (PDF)
- Area of Occupancy (AOO) and Extent of Occurrence (EOO)
- Nearest locality
- Scatterplot List
- Point comparisons
- Points to grid
- Generate points
- Phylogenetic diversity
- Generalised Dissimilarity Modelling (GDM)
- Restore prior analysis