Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

I just found a proceeding paper by Maurice Schönert et al. (2014) in which they derive Tasseled Cap Coefficients for the RapidEye sensors. I haven't tested it myself, but it looks promising.


2

I tried "Image Boundary" tool in QGIS but it fails with some rasters. Another option that worked for me is:- 1. Convert input raster to a single digital number by using gdal_translate command-line utility. gdal_translate -co compress=lzw -b 1 -ot byte -scale 1 1 inp.tif out.tif This will create raster with values of 1 everywhere inp.tif had non-zero ...


0

I solved it on my own but maybe handy for others. First i clipped the layers using Raster-extraction-clipper tool and than copied the .txt file into the folder of the clipped images. This did not work. I now clipped them using the clip multiple raster option within the semi automatic classification plug in and then copied the .txt file from the original ...


3

First, there is problably a typo in your question, but here are the sun angles solar zenith angle = 90 - meanSunEl solar azimuth angle = meanSunAz this is also valid for the mean satellite angles MEAN satellite zenith angle = 90 - meanSatEl MEAN satellite azimuth angle = meanSatAz That being said, it is important to realize that you can consider ...


1

Here's a fuller answer about the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data available from the Alaska Satellite Facility at no cost to users. The datasets include Seasat (1978 data newly processed in 2013), InSAR, PALSAR (including radiometrically terrain-corrected products), RADARSAT-1, ERS-1, ERS-2, JERS-1, UAVSAR, AirMOSS, AirSAR, and more. SMAP data will ...



Top 50 recent answers are included