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Does it have to be in ArcGIS or could it be another package? If you don't mind using another package there is a free viewer called TuiView (https://bitbucket.org/chchrsc/tuiview/) which will display z-profiles very similar to ENVI you might want to look at. There are some more details about TuiView in this blog post: ...


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If you consider an image as a grid of pixels with x,y coordinates, by georeferencing you are essentially telling the software that coordinate p in the image should really be at coordinate q in the GIS data CRS. This concept can also be applied to images under the term registration. Two images can be said to be co-registered if the x,y pixel coordinates ...


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so i guess this is a classified image? i can think of two more ideas : 1. i think for each class you can (start from biggest to lowest class) you can do morphological operations - open -> close (dilate -> erode). 2. treat them as polygons, find holes and remove them you can do this for example in matlab


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I am feeding my vector data into a OSM-like postgis database, and use Mapnik to render tiles from that (only the vector data, not together with other data). The mapnik style allows to create a transparent background: Map bgcolor="#ffffff" For displaying, I use openlayers, but leaflet should do as well: http://powerland.bplaced.net/osm-power.htm



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