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To generally subset your data at the initial step, when you load in your data, in the top right corner, there will be the option to select a spatial subset. Through that, you can either choose it based on pixel coordinates, projected coordinates, or simply draw a box. If you wish to work within a smaller area of an existing classification, you can assign ...


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If you are using a random forest classifier then the inputs/outputs should be derived from that and not eCognition. In that case, RF will not be able to decide to leave data unclassified as far as I know. RF works with an ensemble approach and will make more decision trees to compensate. You would need a classifier that can accept a threshold value (of class ...


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