Does anyone know of a programme that will allow kernelling that takes a boundary into account in its calculation rather than simply masking areas that are impossible?
So far I have found: GME add on for Arc10 (Hawthorne Beyer) - I get an error everytime I specify a boundary shapefile. I've tried lots of different shapefile types and boundary complexities etc. It works fine when I don't specify a boundary.
AdehabitatHR package in R (Calange 2011) - this works well but the boundary you specify has to be very simple - line segments 3x kernel bandwidth in length, and not too tortuous. For my data this is a big oversimplification.
So I'm wondering if any other software can do it, GRASS or QGIS for example.