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Actually, I have had some good experience displaying images with QGIS. And you can play with transparency. But from what I know you cannot have two linked viewers. You have other free open source softwares (Monteverdi, BEAM ), but often those for raster image processing do not provide multi-image viewers. They are however quite fast to display your image ...
Idrisi - not free but cheap and there is a free trial version. Good for raster comparison and change direction. http://www.clarklabs.org Or saga! Not simple but very powerful and free! http://www.saga-gis.org/
I have not tried it but Opticks is worth a shot: http://opticks.org/confluence/display/opticks/Welcome+To+Opticks
I think a good choice would be Bivariate Moran's I or Bivariate Local Moran's I (also called Bivariate LISA for Local Indicators of Spatial Association), both of which can be implemented in GeoDa. The tutorial is "old", but except for some menu renaming is still pretty usefl, and of course the statistical concepts are still applicable. The basics are as ...
It's been a while since this question was asked, but I saw it by chance today and since I already had a similar problem, I thought I'd throw in my 2 cents. You might be interested in an algorithm called Mapcurves, which gives you a goodness-of-fit measure based on spatial overlap. The algorithm is described in this paper and an implementation in R and ...
I use both and I'll explain why. I should note I use Select Series 2. These are the two pieces of software we use almost exclusively at my workplace to conduct lidar data processing. I have over five years experience using both and I think of them, at least in our particular product and work, to be complimentary to each other. However, the role of ...
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