Supervised Classification Tool (wxIClass) is a wxGUI compoment which allows the user to create training areas and generate spectral signatures. The resulting signature file can be used as input for i.maxlik or as a seed signature file for i.cluster. WxIClass can be launched from the Layer Manager menu Imagery → Classify image → Interactive input for supervised classification or via command line as g.gui.iclass.
wxIClass currently allows you to:
wxIClass performs the first pass in the GRASS two-pass supervised image classification process; the GRASS module i.maxlik executes the second pass. Both programs must be run to generate a classified map in GRASS raster format.
wxIClass is an interactive program that allows the user to create multiple training areas for multiple classes and calculate the spectral signatures based on the cells that are within the training areas. During this process the user will be shown histograms for each image band. The user can also display the cells of the image bands which fall within a user-specified number of standard deviations from the means in the spectral signature. By doing this, the user can see how much of the image is likely to be put into the class associated with the signature.
The spectral signatures are composed of region means and covariance matrices. These region means and covariance matrices are used in the second pass (i.maxlik) to classify the image.
Alternatively, the spectral signatures generated by wxIClass can be used for seed means for the clusters in i.cluster.wxGUI
Latest change: Friday Mar 25 13:37:12 2022 in commit: 7d79d826ddaeaeb10d1fe962ce0208dd10eec360
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