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I am working with NAIP imagery for a county in PA in an attempt to create a classification scheme that I can use on other counties within the state. I'm very familiar with the process of creating a classification scheme (supervised or unsupervised) although I am relatively new to the object-based classification. My problem is that after I create a classification for my county imagery, and have a well-fitting scheme, I do not know how to use this same scheme on new data that I introduce.

Every time I import data from a new county, I am forced to create a new classification scheme for the new county, which is eating up a lot of my time. Is there no way to use the classification scheme that I used on county 01 for the rest of the counties in the state as a separate image layer?

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