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I have two classified raster (snow cover % 10-100) one is prepared from coarse resolution and another is from finer resolution. I am doing accuracy assessment and matrix calculation of snow cover %. However, both classified raster has invalid classes like NoData (-9999), cloud (value=205), water (210), permanent ice(215).

Now both the raster has same pixel size after resampling and covering same area by using gdalwarp

These classes/values are effecting the accuracy assessment. I only want to comapre both raster in terms of snow cover %. How can I eliminate those value from both raster??

My code

#reading in array Snow cover % raster from true raster (finer resolution)
img= rasterio.open(filepath+'20020310_ndsi_reclass.tif')
img_r=img.read(1)

#Reading in array Snow cover % from prediction raster (coarser resolution)
img_pre= rasterio.open(filepath+ '20020310_ndsi_reclass_pred.tif')
img_pre_r=img_pre.read(1)

#making it 1dimesional
y_true= np.ravel(img_r)
y_pred= np.ravel(img_pre_r)
y_true = y_true.astype('int')
y_pred = y_pred.astype('int')

from sklearn import metrics
print(metrics.classification_report(y_true, y_pred))

the classification report

Matrix calculation

from sklearn.metrics import confusion_matrix

cm=confusion_matrix(y_true, y_pred)


import seaborn as sn
ax= plt.subplot()
sns.heatmap(cm, annot=True, ax = ax); #annot=True to annotate cells

# labels, title and ticks
ax.set_xlabel('Predicted labels');ax.set_ylabel('True labels'); 
ax.set_title('Confusion Matrix'); 
ax.xaxis.set_ticklabels(['nodata','0','10', '20', '30', '40', '50', '60', '70', '80', '90', '100', 'cloud', 'water', 'ice']); ax.yaxis.set_ticklabels(['nodata','0','10', '20', '30', '40', '50', '60', '70', '80', '90', '100', 'cloud', 'water', 'ice']);

plotting matrix How to exclude Nodata, cloud, water, and ice from both the report?

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Take a look at np.where and maybe do something like:

y_true= np.ravel(img_r)
y_pred= np.ravel(img_pre_r)
y_true = y_true.astype('int')
y_pred = y_pred.astype('int')

indx = np.where((y_true != -9999) & (y_true != 205) & (y_true != 210) & (y_true != 215))

y_true = y_true[indx]
y_pred = y_pred[indx]

Or apply the np.where call to both true and pred arrays and use logical operators.

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  • Thanks @Ryan it worked for me in this case where I converted 2D to 1D array. How can I make it work for normal raster 2d array? As I am doing zonal_stats from rasterstats [automating-gis-processes.github.io/CSC18/lessons/L6/… . Those invalid class is dominating the zonal statistic. I tried indx = np.where((y_true != -9999) & (y_true != 205) & (y_true != 210) & (y_true != 215)) y_true = y_true[indx] but it is making the array 1D however I need 2d array for this application. – Tua Feb 12 at 13:05
  • @Tua Check out the nan stats in numpy: nanmean, nanmedian, etc.. You can supply one or more of those functions to rasterstats as an add_stats argument. – Ryan Feb 12 at 16:31
  • there is no problem running in rasterstats however it is taking all those unwanted areas like (205, 210) and giving results accordingly. I meant to ask you that how can remove those unwanted value (like 205,210, etc) from 2D array the indx above is for 1D array how can I apply for this eliminating those unwanted values from 2D array? I have tried putting : but did not work – Tua Feb 13 at 8:02
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    @Tua you pass a 2D array to np.where like this: indx = np.where((img_r == 210.0) | (img_r == 205.0 )). And then index and reassign the array values directly: img_r[indx] = np.nan. And then pass it to rasterstats to with the nan functions. – Ryan Feb 13 at 16:36
  • Thank you so much for looking into it it worked :) – Tua Feb 14 at 14:39

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