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What units are associated with these raster bands?

The picture is a scatterplot of roughly 400 pixel values from 4 different raster bands. Im curious what the units are? They do not correspond with the sensor's band values. Sensor is WV-II. 1 - Red ...
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Finding field with maximum value and field name using ArcPy cursor?

I was wondering if an equivalent of summary statistics exists for finding such statistics across fields rather than records in a table. For example, of several fields, I wanted to find which one has ...
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ArcGIS: table statistics range, method?

I have the following table with distance values (NEAR_DIST) after using the "Near" tool in ArcGIS: I am looking for a method of getting the following statistical information/statement, for example: ...
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How to analysis the spatial distribution similarity?

There are three different data source aiming at atmospheric chemistry research: Simulated concentration of ground level air pollutant Satellite retrieved concentration for the same area. ...
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An equivalent for field statistics for records

I know how to obtain various statistics for a field, or "column", in an attribute table in ArcGIS. Is there any way to obtain a Mode figure for records, or the "rows" in a table? For instance, an ...
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Concerning “Error when using r.series in a python script”

Based on the "Error when using r.series in a python script" discussion (Error when using r.series in a python script) and based upon the solution given by Joseph I tried to make the same but by using ...
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Summary statistics from feature iterator and select by location - missing selected feature name. Arcmap 10.2

I'm trying to calculate summary statistics for a subset of a point feature, based on selecting by location. I'm using a feature selection iterator to get statistics for each polygon feature in the '...
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Per-pixel Descriptive Statistics through multiple Raster layers

I'm looking for computing different descriptive statistics through a set of raster layers. I need to make it with a python script capable of running into a standalone tool within the QGIS. To do so ...
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Summarising an attribute from point layer in polygons with FME

I have a number of polygon feature sets and a point layer containing an attribute with population count. I want to summarise the population attribute for all points within each polygon feature set ...
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Minimum number of oservations in the dependent variable in regression

Is there a minimum number of observations that should be available when running regression (Ordinary Least Squares Regression in this case) for the dependent variable? I want to run several OLS ...
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Quartiles from Raster Layer band

I'm building a plugin from QGIS, and I need to extract the values from the quartiles from a band in a raster layer. Does anyone knows how it is done?
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Basic statistics function on certain attributes stops at 6% on certain layer in QGIS?

I am trying to use the basic statistics function in QGIS on an attribute in a vector shapefile but it reaches 6% and then gets stuck and does not load anymore. It works fine on other layers/other ...
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How to apply Edge Correction in ArcGIS Average Nearest Neighbor

I am using ArcGIS 10.3 with the tool Average Nearest Neighbor to describe the data. I want to avoid mistakes caused by Edge Effect. In the Ripleys K Function tool there is an option to control that (...
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What is (if there's any) difference between MAUP and Edge Effect

I heard both the term MAUP and Edge Correction in association with Spatial Statistics, zoning/quadrats, demographics etc. Is there a difference between the two? What is the difference then?
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Average Nearest Neighbor does not have all the options

I have a point feature class that I used the Average Nearest Neighbor from the ArcGIS software to calculate the pattern. ArcGIS produces output chart that says whether the data is dispersed, random ...
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Creating quadrats in ArcGIS

Is there a tool / toolbox in ArcGIS to create quadrats on a population? I have a point feature classes with 1 billion points (divided to 10 almost equal feature classes) that I want to take samples ...
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Average Nearest Neighbor tool extreme restuls for different area?

I'm using the "Average Nearest Neighbor" tool in ArcGIS 10.3 to calculate whether my point feature class is clustered, random or dispersed. One of the parameters is area. I tried putting different ...
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Graphic output for Ripleys K function

I am using ArcGIS to calculate Ripleys K function using the "Multi-Distance Spatial Cluster Analysis (Ripleys K Function)" tool on a point feature class. I can see a table output but want a graphical ...
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How to work with Spatial Autocorrelation (Morans I) on equal weighted point

I have a point feature class. All points are the same, it's not weighted. I want to use Spatial Autocorrelation (Morans I) tool but it only takes a field for weight. I tried fooling it by adding a ...
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How do I calculate average in my field calculator within specified limit?

I would like to calculate the average, max and min of each trips that I have. Each trips are also predefined (e.g. Trip 1, Trip 2) in the attribute table. (As below). I have more than 2000 trips. ...
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Calculating summary statistics and access resulting value in table using ArcPy?

With arcpy, I want to calculate the mean value of a specific field in a shapefile and print the resulting value for the user. I use the Summary Statistics tool and it works, but the resulting value ...
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Table of statistics of rasters input in QGIS

I work with QGIS GDAL,I have many raster image 'geotiff' with one band for many dates, I want to create a table that contains statistics for all rasters that I have. I tried the algorithm 'raster ...
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Correlating raster layers

I am trying to correlate contaminant data with other variables. For instance I want to see if high values of contamination coincide with topographic lows in my elevation raster (DEM). All the layers ...
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Retrieving LiDAR metrics from relative vertical layers of point cloud

I need to obtain the proportion of all returns within 5 equally spaced height bins between the cutoff (1 meter) and the maximum height value. I need to get this proportion of all returns for 1000 ...
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Identify the top 10% of raster cells

I have a raster with different risk values for a hazard. How can I identify the top x% (eg. 10%) of the raster cells with the highest values within ArcGIS?
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Replace Statistics_analysis with SearchCursor?

I'm using ArcGIS 10.3, 64bit with an advanced license. I have the following code, that runs just fine. It goes through a table that contains a large number of entries with zip-codes and population ...
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Normal distribution of residuals in regression analysis

I conduct regression analysis in ArcGIS to identify and model different independent variables that correlate with a dependent variable. First, I try to find a valid global Regression model using the ...
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How to automatically sum up values within buffers?

I want to establish the population figures within multi-ring buffers around certain site. I have set up the buffers and am running a select by location query on each concentric ring. Once the ...
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How to perform statistical test for two sets of points?

(I have asked this question originally on Cross Validated; however, no good answer and someone suggested me to ask the question here). We know that we can perform statistical test (e.g., t-test) for ...
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More information from Summary statistics tool in ArcGIS

I try to find the MAX value for every distinct element in a dataset (I done this using MAX in summary statistics) but I also want to have the id of the element corresponding of that MAX in my output ...
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Calculate the frequency of classes of neighbouring raster cells

I'm struggling with a problem when working with a raster dataset of biotope types: For each cell I would like to find out the frequency of classes in the adjacent cells, e.g. from the 8 neighbouring ...
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Performing Statistics operation on field in Attribute table?

I am working with the Shapefile consisting set of points. One of its field (let's call it X) contains numeric data, ranging from 0 to 1. In order to find out the average value of field X, I opened ...
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Extracting NDVI using QGIS from multiple images to Excel?

I created 25 images in QGIS. Each image has different information about the NDVI of the area. How can I extract mean, max, and min information about the NDVI from each image and put it in Excel?
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extracting statistics from a raster within the extent of a polygon

I have a polygon representing the extent of a study area. This polygon is overlaid to a raster representing the quality of land, which is classified into 5 classes (from bad [1] to good [5]). I would ...
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How can I statistically compare the surface slope of 2 different areas?

I could use the statistical tests like t-test and ANOVA, however I am afraid those test will easily show significant differences if I use the slope values of all cells from each area.
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how to get max and min from a raster using arcpy?

I have a land surface temperature raster file and I want the max and min of it. minLSTresult = arcpy.GetRasterProperties_management(raster_result, "MINIMUM") minLST = minLSTresult.getOutput(0) ...
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Finding Median, Max and Min values from Raster Layers in QGIS

I currently have 10 years worth of January raster datasets (working on just one month at the moment) of cloud fraction cover from MODIS, and am trying to create new 3 separate rasters which will give ...
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Error Trying to Run R Summary Statistics in QGIS 2.12.1

When I try to run the R script "Summary statistics" in QGIS 2.12.1 on a Windows 7/64 bit machine, I get the error message "error in if (!file.info(DSN)$isdir) DSN missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed,...
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Calculate percentages with field calculator in arcgis?

I am trying to calculate the percentage of each the area of each polygon in the selected area. I tried using ( math.fsum(!shape.area!) / !PolygonArea! )*100 and other codes but I cannot make it work. ...
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Cell Statistics failing to read rasters in list

Heyo. I'm trying to get the rasters from a list (about 32 rasters) and then sum them up with CellStatistics in arcpy. I'm using Python 2.7.8 and ArcGIS 10.3.1 I got it to work the first time around ...
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Calculating spatial correlation between features from two separate layers in QGIS

I am trying to determine whether the presence of large numbers of active duty military troops in an area is spatially correlated with higher/lower levels of violent crime. That is, are the areas ...
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Resampling gives higher MEAN when using zonal statistics

I am using ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop. I have a value raster and a polygon feature in GCS coordinates. My raster resolution is 0.5 decimal degrees which is much larger than the size of my polygons. My ...
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Extremely high z-values for Moran's I

I made the following in advance: I aggregated population data to 100*100m Grids. Afterwards I wanted to find out, weather there is autocorrelation in the data or not. For this I applied the Moran's I ...
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Explaining different results from Ordinary Kriging and Universal Kriging?

When using either methods to create a surface from the same set of observations, these surfaces differ from each other. Visually it can be seen in the differences of the following contours (...
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Using Python to compute the distance, speed, and time between coordinates (lat/long) using haversine formula and print results within .csv

I have a .csv file with 10 columns. The first column is titled Distance_Between_Points, the second column is titled Time_Between_Points, and the third column is titled Speed_Between_Points and all ...
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How to separate out bands from hyperspectral data using R

I'm having one hyperspctral data with 426 bands, with dim 250*250*426. I want to seperate each bands. I tried like this img <- stack("name.tif") rr <- array(, dim= c(250,250,426)) for(i in 1:...
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Raster distance for statistical analysis

I am trying to some kind of hedonic analysis. I need to calculate driving forces for new urban areas. In order to do this, i have a raster with new urban area's and one with existing urban areas (...
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Using linear regression for geospatial data?

Say, my database has three columns. A: county (300 rows with 300 counties as index), B: X (some independent variable in continuous scale, which is the average of everyone in that county), and C: Y (...
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How to show statistically significant incident locations

First let me preface with I tried to search for this solution first but I don't really know how to word it and could not find any results so excuse me if this is a duplicate. I would like to know how ...
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Statistical bias arising out of only comparing US census block groups that have not changed (been split) over time?

Census Block Group ("CBG") study areas are notorious for changing over time. Even from 2009 to 2013, about 10-25% of the CBG's in South Carolina have not remained consistent over that time. Seeing ...