IDRISI32 TUTORIAL PDF
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IDRISI32 Idrisi32, developed by Clark Labs, is an innovative and functional geographic modeling technology that enables and supports environmental decision making for the real world. With the introduction of Idrisi32 Release 2, Clark Labs reaffirm their commitment to providing affordable access to the frontiers of spatial analysis and to advancing their role as an educational and research institution dedicated to geographic inquiry and understanding. Save and open projects.
Idrisi file explorer List, copy, rename, delete or move files. View byte level content of binary files. Create documentation files for imported data. Navigate single and grouped layers with continuous pan and zoom functions. Set view direction, angle above the horizon and vertical exaggeration factor. For point symbol files, symbol shape, color and size may be modified. For line symbol files, line type, size and color can be changed. For polygon symbol files, outline color, fill type and color may be modified.
For text symbol files, font, size, form and color may be changed. Graphic output includes cumulative or non-cumulative bar, line, or area graphs. Numeric output includes proportional and cumulative frequencies. Both include simple statistics. Maximum, minimum, normalized ratio and cover options are also supported.
Crosstabulate, crosscorrelate and calculate similarity statistics for image pairs. Output can be an image, table or values file in a range of measurement units.
Plot a temporal profile of up to 15 sites across a time series group or over a hyperspectral series. Database queries can be shown immediately on the associated map layer, and map layer queries can be directly linked to the data table. Full SQL is supported. Most Map Algebra and Database Query operations can be executed from this single, simple interface.
Also includes transformation between radians and degrees. Frictions are entered as force vectors described by a friction magnitude image and a friction direction image.
Also compose X and Y component images into a force vector image pair. Mean, gaussian, median, adaptive box, mode, Laplacian edge-enhancement, high-pass, Sobel edge detector and user-defined filters are accommodated. Choose whether diagonal neighbors are considered contiguous.
Output includes trend surface images and surface statistics. Non-rectangular regions can be analyzed by defining a binary mask. This module is particularly important in the development of Monte Carlo simulations for error propagation.
Decision rules are recorded at each step and may be modified at any time. Employs the Analytical Hierarchy Process AHP with information on consensus and with procedures for resolving lack of consensus. The procedure is suitable for use with massive data sets. A user-defined function capability is also available.
Monotonically increasing, monotonically decreasing, symmetric and asymmetric variants are supported. Axes in the multi-dimensional decision space can be differentially weighted and the minimum suitability set for each with up to four levels of abstraction on idrisi23 the most or least suitable choice from a set of alternatives.
Multiple evidence maps are permitted so long as they are conditionally independent. Prior probabilities may vary continuously over space. Its primary role is in the development and revision of a knowledge base concerning a set of hypotheses.
It explicitly distinguishes between one’s belief in a hypothesis and idrisi23 plausibility. It directly incorporates the concept of uncertainty.
Tabulate errors of omission and commission, marginal and total error, and selected confidence intervals. Per-category Kappa Index of Agreement figures are also provided. Output simple difference, percent change, standardized difference z valuesor standardized classes. Three types of information may be used to calibrate the input image: The transition matrix records idrksi32 probability that each land cover category will change to every other category while the transition areas matrix records the number of pixels that are expected to change from each land cover type to each other land cover type over the specified number of time units.
The conditional probability images report the probability that each land cover type would be found at each pixel after the specified number of time units and can be used as prior probability images in Maximum Likelihood Classification of remotely sensed imagery. The user provides a model for the disaggregation. Note that the output image has the same sum of probabilities as the original image on a per-category basis.
The rules for changing states are governed by a filter file and a reclass file that may be modified.
Modules Organized by Menu File
TIN Interpolation tin Generate a triangulated irregular network TIN model from either isoline vertices or vector point input data using either a tutodial or non-constrained Delaunay triangulation. Includes an optimization routine to remove bridge and tunnel edges. Kriging spatial dependence modeler Modeling tools for spatial variability or spatial continuity using semivariogram, robust semivariogram, covariogram and correlogram, cross variogram, cross covariogram, and cross correlogram methods.
Directional and surface variograms, h-scatterplots, indicator transform, and thresholding supported. Modeling geometric and zonal anisotropy supported.
Kriging options include cross-validation, block averaging, and stratified kriging. Local neighborhood and tutogial selection supported by a variety of methods. Topographic Variables slope Produce a slope gradient image from a surface model. Feature Extraction contour Generate contours from any raster surface image at user-defined intervals.
Dynamic and batch modeling is also supported.
Idrisi32 is fully COM compliant. The process uses polynomial equations to establish a rubber tutlrial transformation. Linear, quadratic and cubic mappings between the grids are provided, along with nearest-neighbor and bilinear interpolations. Vector files can also be transformed. Mean, gaussian, median, adaptive box, mode, standard deviation, Laplacian edge-enhancement, high-pass, Sobel edge detector and user-defined filters are accommodated.
Transformation pca Perform standardized or unstandardized Principal Components Analysis. Up to input images can be analyzed as a group with the production of an equal number of resulting components.
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Merge higher-resolution panchromatic images with lower-resolution multi-spectral composites. Signature Development makesig Create signatures from defined training sites. Choose broad or fine peak definition. The iterative process makes use of a full maximum likelihood procedure.
An image that expresses the degree of classification uncertainty about the class membership of the pixels is also produced. Classification uncertainty measures the degree to which no class clearly stands out above the others in the assessment of class membership of a pixel.
An ignorance image is also produced expressing the incompleteness of knowledge as a measure of the degree to which hypotheses i. Fuzzy set membership is based on the standard distance of each pixel to the mean reflectance on each band for a signature. To accommodate quality of training signatures and width of classes, the user inputs the z-score at which fuzzy set membership decreases to zero.
A classification uncertainty tutlrial is also produced. Using the logic of Dempster-Shafer theory, a whole hierarchy of classes can be recognized, made up of the indistinguishable combinations of these classes. icrisi32
Images of three additional levels of abstraction i. Hyperspectral Image Analysis hypersig Create hyperspectral signatures either by convolution of library spectral curves or by supervised signature extraction. Accuracy Assessment sample Create random, spatially stratified and systematic point sample sets.
With raster images, a resampling is undertaken using either a nearest-neighbor or idriwi32 interpolation. Full forward and backward transformations are accommodated using ellipsoidal formulas. Nearest-neighbor and bilinear interpolations are supported. CartaLinx offers full support for database development for Idrisi, ArcView, and MapInfo users including support for over digitizing tablets, a real-time GPS interface, and support for the U.
CartaLinx is not included with the Idrisi32 package, but if it is installed, it can be launched from Idrisi Surface Interpolation Interpolation interpol Interpolate a surface from point data using either a weighted-distance or potential surface model. TIN Interpolation tin Generate a triangulated irregular network TIN model from tuyorial iso line vertices or vector point input data using either a constrained or dirisi32 Delaunay triangulation.
Kriging spatial dependence modeler Modeling tools for spatial variability or spatial continuity using semivariogram, robust semivariogram, covariogram and correlogram, cross variogram, crosscovariogram, and cross correlogram methods.
Using Help Tips for using and getting the most from Idrisi’s extensive context-sensitive Help System. What’s New in Release 2 An orientation to the new features of the system. Reference Guide Installation, system requirements, license terms, Clark Labs contact and product information. On-line Technical Support Link directly to the Clark Labs web site to fill out and submit a technical support problem report. About Idrisi32 Contact, copyright, product and version information. What’s New In Release 2.
Global Change Data Archive.