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On Europe, there are: CORINE land cover (downloadable from there) LUCAS (see it there).
I'm not as advanced as many of the users in this community, but I would clip each area I am interested in and conduct the analysis on each clipped area individually. If you want to keep everything in one .mxd file, you may want to create a Map Book using Data Driven Pages. It's a very efficient way to work on projects with multiple, distinct study areas. ...
generally the output of a classification is an image label which is a grey scale image where each pixel value is an integer which correspond to a class. You can convert this label image to a RGB image, this operation is called color mapping (using a look up table for instance to affect a RGB value for each class value). There is an OTB application called ...
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