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As for the correlation, it is very easy to do it at SAGA, both for two rasters, and for points and a raster, I answered that question here Calculating correlation between points and raster values with missing points (need missing as 0s) (QGIS) As for the normality test, you could generate raster with the statistics and then perform the calculation using the ...


Super easy way to do it, at least for Google Earth. Just make a copy of your original TIFF (File 2), then edit the Original File (File 1) in any software you like and overwrite it (don't panic, you have a copy). Then go to import dialog in Google Earth, select the copy you made (File 2) but in the "Link" celd select the edited Original File (File 1)...


I have made this web app if you want to try: It is a very simple GPS track overlay rendering tool. It will render video frames as numbered png files, which you can then use in your video editor to overlay your footage.


I had no success with EasyGIS as it did not write a proper DBF (at least I couldn't make it work). Here is a working code for writing SHP-files with DotSpatial. PS: I found that the automatic dependencies you'll get from downloading the Dotspation.Data-library through NuGet appear to link to old libraries of the other DotSpatial-references. I had to manually ...


Consider white box tools, this allows you to do many of the spatial analyst type processing without the expensive esri spatial analyst extension. They have even created a python toolbox so you can use the tools in modelbuilder or as stand alone tools.


An Open Source implementation of the ESRI GeoServices Specification can be found in the GitHub FeatureServer repository which is part of the koop project, an initiative of ESRI.

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