Orfeo ToolBox (OTB) is an amazing tool for remote sensing. Some modules are not included in the distribution because they are produced by external users, but some of them are really interesting.
R is a great tool for statistics, even if it may be slow in calculing raster’stats, it is really a good way for batching all of your work and presenting your data using MarkDown language. This example is one of my first autonomous script in R, and it is very exciting for further. You can download the whole script SPOT5-GetROIvalues.R on GitHub.
Before showing you the different steps of the code, I need to present you the way I structured my data, because the script is going to parse them and to compile all tables in one file.
I just published the plugin dzetsaka : classification tool (github/qgis) on Qgis plugin server. This is a very simple plugin to make a fast but powerful classification. I used it for making numerous classifications of SPOT 5 scenes in the French Guiana Amazon forest.
A project with samples (an old map (map.tif) and ROI (train.shp)) is available on the docs branch. You can download these files directly here.
I was developping a plugin in Qgis with the Combobox layer (QgsMapLayerComboBox) which allows you to show all opened layer in Qgis. It’s a great tool that allows the user to select a raster or a vector easily.
On Ubuntu everything works perfectly, but when I was trying on Windows I always had this error when loading the plugin “error enum : QgsMapLayer”. Read More
A project with my teacher Laurent Jégou was to design a recent map with an old map style. Some students chose to make the opposite, making an old map looks like a recent one (for example Rome in 300 A.D with an Open Street Map style).
I took the first project and I worked to make an actual map of Toulouse with an old style. I got most of my inspiration with the Rome map available on geotests (16mo).
I had a project in my master’s degree (Sigma) to use python for doing something with a GPX file. There was a project like finding summit or pass, but I choose to edit a GPX to split it into in each of his tracks, segments, or by cutting the file into a specific point.
I choose to use LXML library to parse and edit .gpx, and OS to batch the process with multiple .gpx.