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comment Why is Geoserver publishing my WMS layer in WGS84, when I have specified WyLAM?
This seems to work OK in QGIS. I am getting a strange error when I try the same in ArcMap -- "Too many coordinate systems."
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comment Why is Geoserver publishing my WMS layer in WGS84, when I have specified WyLAM?
OK -- I think I misunderstood how this works. It sounds like the projection is set at the time of request on the client side, not by the projection that has been set in Geoserver. Thus far, I've not been able to figure out how to change the request on the client side in either QGIS or ArcMap. Both appear to default to WGS84, despite explicitly using "srs=EPSG:8155" in the request, and none of the settings I changed in the two packages themselves seemed to help.
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comment Unable to connect PostgreSQL to ArcMap 10.1
It looks like the DBMS client files have moved -- anyone know where they might be found?
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comment Why is Geoserver publishing my WMS layer in WGS84, when I have specified WyLAM?
No - GetCapabilities shows many projections, including the one I want (8155). However, regardless of what option I select, the published layers are displaying in WGS84, by default. When I pick a WyLAM layer to add to Geoserver, the Native SRS is blank. With UTM Zone 12 NAD 83, it is not blank, but the resulting layer still shows up as WGS84 when added to ArcMap or QGIS. Is this normal behavior?
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asked Why is Geoserver publishing my WMS layer in WGS84, when I have specified WyLAM?
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comment Anyone have recommendations on data collection system for bird point counts?
I will check it out. Thank you!
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asked Anyone have recommendations on data collection system for bird point counts?
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comment What is an appropriate statistic to measure spatial autocorrelation of points with binary values?
Yes, this is related to sampling biases, and the suggestion to compare distributions of the covariates at sample points and globally seems sensible. But, I am also concerned about whether these biases effectively lead to some level of pseudoreplication, and how this affects the model stability or accuracy. I have never seen any suggestion in the literature that RF removes the assumption of random, independent samples, which is an assumption even for standard non-parametric statistics.
Jan
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comment What is an appropriate statistic to measure spatial autocorrelation of points with binary values?
I should clarify... What I am most interested in is determining how problematic the clustering in my training data is likely to be in terms of generating a RF model. I have approximately 20 presence points and 70 absence points, but some of these points are very closely spaced on the landscape (as little as 200 m of another presence or absence point). In the past I have used some filtering to eliminate closely spaced points, but wonder if that is necessary since the nearby points tend to represent 1 presence and 1 absence.
Jan
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comment What is an appropriate statistic to measure spatial autocorrelation of points with binary values?
I'm constructing a species distribution model, and have both presence and reliable absence locations for the species. There is clear clustering of points on the landscape, but perhaps little spatial autocorrelation, since presence and absence points occur in close proximity. In other words, our samples are spatially biased, with points occurring within hundreds of meters of other points, but if spatial autocorrelation is not significant, I'm wondering how much the clustering matters in terms of modeling, inferences, etc. I'm using Random Forest for modeling.
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comment What is an appropriate statistic to measure spatial autocorrelation of points with binary values?
Thanks, Jeffrey. Joint counts are clearly the way to go for binary data, but I saw a suggestion (can't recall where, now) that joint counts were only appropriate for area (not point) data. It wasn't apparent to me why you couldn't create the weights matrix using a distance threshold, and use a joint count, but I couldn't find examples of this in some cursory searches. Is there a reference you can provide for this type of use?
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asked What is an appropriate statistic to measure spatial autocorrelation of points with binary values?
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comment Merging attribute tables from feature classes into single table?
I started down this road. ArcMap bombs out on me when building the ModelBuilder model, let alone running it. The datasets are so large and numerous that the 32-bit memory limitations kick in.
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asked Merging attribute tables from feature classes into single table?