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error message: The used raster is not a UD (sum unequal to 1)

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Mojo123
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I'm trying to run a bursted dBBMM for an indidivual. This works, but when I then try to calculate the sum of individual segments to aggregate them, i get the following error message returned:

 
Error in validityMethod(object) : 
  The used raster is not a UD (sum unequal to 1), sum is: 1.000000017713939
One possible cause is loss of accuracy due to writing raster to disk with dataType FLT4S this can be solved preventing disk usage or changing data type
 
I tried to change the datatype to FLT8S inside the brownian.bridge.dyn() function, but after close inspection of the resulting object, it still maintains it's original dataype. I do not know how to test the alternative solution which is to prevent disk usage. A workaround would be greatly appreciated that doesn't involve changing parameter settings.
 
 
Below is the code that i am trying to run ([j] refers to a single individual in a list):
bursted <- burst(rNew.sp[[i]], c('normal','long')[1+(timeLag(rNew.sp[[i]], units = 'hours')>6)])
bursted_dbbmm <- brownian.bridge.dyn(bursted, burstType='normal', raster = xAEQD.sp, location.error = "LocationError", time.step = 2, ext = 3)
dbbmmlist[[i]] <- new(".UD",calc(bursted_dbbmm,sum))
 
Thank you