Service updates for TerrSet users; download TerrSet Tutorial Data; Includes a variety of fixes, posted March ; IDRISI Taiga Users – Service Update to v Example: • Hypothetical goal – Find suitable sites for housing projects. • Factors – distance to city center; distance to road; and slope (no. The IDRISI software (launched from Start / All Programs / IDRISI Selva; click on IDRISI Selva). The IDRISI tutorial and the associated data sets. The tutorial (PDF) .

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Do these values correspond to the digital numbers for the pixels in bands 2, 3 and 4? What features turned ‘black’ in the image after adjusting the contrast? After some time you should see an image of the the first band appear on your screen. Review the material presented in Exercise if you need a reminder on all of the specific instructions on preparing and printing a map composition. Accept the other defaults, and click on OK.

Do not save the zip file to H: Print your band 6 image.

Select the caption position relative to the anchor point e. Navigation Map Query Question 9: Week of February 11 th you have two weeks for this lab. The naming convention for composite images is variable.

Loading the data Using Windows Explorer, go to: Right click on the title Using the captionadd your name, lab and date to the composition. In completing this and the next three labs Lab 3: To taita this, use the Print option on the composer menu and ensure that you send your image to the appropriate colour printer.


Note that this term differs from orthophoto. What wavelengths do bands 5 and 7 capture, and what feature characteristics do they, in particular, highlight? Tqiga Syllabus Schedule Projects. The differences between raster and vector data are discussed throughout the exercises, although Exercises and in particular cover the material you should use in your answer to this question.

REF The Landsat images have been georeferenced to a UTM [zone 10, North] coordinate system, so if we assign the same georeference system to the roads [knowing that roads had previously been projected to a UTM coordinate system within ArcGIS], the roads and the Landsat images will be geographically referenced together. Another window will appear, in which you enter the name of the city Caption. Under Display, select Composite.

GEOB Lab 3: Introduction to IDRISI

Remember that when you use the computers in tutoril lab, you should work locally on the C: The Group Linked Zoom instructions in Exercise provide more details, if necessary. If you click on the Files tab you should see a list of the files stored in the Using Idrisi directory.

Use the shape of the lake to help identify the specific lake [it is actually a reservoir–could you deduce this from the satellite image? Repeat for each city; you can add more names if you like e. Name the layer to be created Cities. Note that Exercises 1. Is the spatial resolution of this image different from that of the other bands? Add the three imagebands band1 as blue, band2 as green, and band3 as red. What wavelengths do each band capture, and what feature characteristics does each gutorial, in particular, highlight?


Hand in the printout of your Landsat image composition. You can determine this from the Feature Properties box. This exercise is optional, but it does demonstrate some of the ‘neat’ capabilities of Idrisi. Then, click on the Group Link button and zoom into the band 6 image; you should then also zoom into the same area in the Landsat image.

Right click on the existing pathname which might be C: You will be completing the following exercises for this lab: Click idrsii the image window where you want the beginning of the text to go. How far west from Madrid is the lake in the top of the image? This should give you a false colour near IR composite of the Fraser Valley. Starting with Band 1: The first thing to do is to create a True Colour composite image.

For this lab, and the succeeding labs, you will be using Windows Explorer to copy, taoga, unzip and zip the data:.

GEOB 373: Introductory Remote Sensing

This dataset is from Spain. Remote Sensing Geob Surfaces — Fly through and Illumination This exercise is optional, but it does demonstrate some of the ‘neat’ capabilities of Idrisi.

Although this is not necessary, it is good practice to name files so that their relations are obvious.

To create a true colour composite of bands 1, 2 and 3:

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