Tag Info

New answers tagged

1

Assuming it's in ArcGIS from your other posts... Repeat the following process three times, once for each of the values 1, 2 and 3. For example the 3's: Import the different bands to ArcMap separately. Repeat ten times**, once for each year: Create a raster where all values of 3 are replaced by 1, the rest are replaced by 0. In order to achieve this, Open ...


0

I've tried to use affine transformation to match shapes and used, area of symmetric difference between target and match shapes (D) to calculate P = 1 - D/AreaOfShapeToMatch: Result looks like this: To find transformation coefficients using least squares technique shouldn't be a challenge if you know how to match points. You cannot use this ...


2

Here is an example using R and a hyperspectral AVIRIS image of the Kennedy Space Centre which is provided for testing spatial classifications. ## required packages for spatial data random forest analysis require(raster) require(rgdal) install.packages("randomForest") require(randomForest) ## download the aviris data ...



Top 50 recent answers are included