Dear Isabella,

This is very hard to solve without a reproducible example.

Best regards,

ir. Thierry Onkelinx
Instituut voor natuur- en bosonderzoek / Research Institute for Nature
and Forest
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2017-03-18 20:09 GMT+01:00 Isabella Mandl <im14...@bristol.ac.uk>:
> Dear all,
> again possibly a rather simplistic question - but I can't figure it out!
> I've been calculating (and plotting) kernel home ranges using adehabitatHR,
> all of which worked fine, but I am currently trying to plot additional
> points into the home range outline to show the specific locations of
> behaviours of interest.
> For this I have created 3-4 subsets from the original data, converted them
> into coordinates as well and then tried to plot them on the kernel outline.
> It works, but it only displays some of the points, for example, seven out
> of nine...?
> Investigating the structure of the point data, all is fine, the points
> exist and are projected correctly.
>
> Does anybody maybe know why R could be doing this?
> I'd be grateful for any hints.
>
> Regards,
> Isabella
>
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