When using the
reduceNeighborhood function with a
kernel, the results differ according to the zoom level. When the results are zoomed in at the maximum (you see individual pixels clearly), the kernel is computed only for the edges of a pixel. The differences are also evident when interrogating the same pixels over multiple zoom levels. See below the results from the GEE example from Statistics of Image Neighborhood.
Are there some parameters to setup in order to have the same results no matter what the zoom level is?
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