I'm wondering if DIVA has some sort of maximum for the amount of data points it allows during the Bioclim modeling process? I'm working with hummingbird locality data, which can contain a couple thousand unique location points per species. I've previously run some models using plant data (only a few hundred locality points per species) and the contiguous US climate layers at a 30 second resolution...it worked fine, however it took a pretty long time to run (the program never froze up). I tried running some hummingbird data and almost instantly after the .gri file was made the program froze. So, seeing as though it's probably not a climate layer resolution issue, I'm wondering if there's a max amount of data points Bioclim can handle.
Thanks so much!