I'm very much new to using ArcGIS and to this forum. For my thesis, I have a raster map of Indonesia where I only look at three types of land cover retrieved from the ESA-CCI dataset. These involve: croplands, forest and grassland. I merged several land cover classes representing "croplands" as one value, the same I did for forest. In other words, I basically reclassified my land cover classes.
However, some land cover classes within "croplands" involve mosaic classes, where I had to assume my own cropland fraction (%). For example, for Mosaic cropland (>50%)/natural vegetation (tree,shrub,herbaceous cover)(<50%), I assume a cropland fraction of 60% and 40% respectively.
How do I set this fraction in my map?
Since the overall objective is to quantify how much forests has been converted (100%, one entire pixel basically) into croplands and grassland in a given year.