How various remote sensing analysis can be applied in GISLayer software is explained.

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Various Remote Sensing analyses can be done in GISLayer software. Applicable Remote Sensing Analyses are listed below.

  1. Narutal-Color

  2. Color Infrared (Vegetation)

  3. False Color

  4. Agriculture

  5. Vegetation Index NDVI

  6. Moisture Index

  7. Geology

  8. Bathymetric

  9. Atmospheric Penetration

  10. SWIR

  11. NDWI

  12. SWIR-2

  13. Custom

1. Application of Analysis

Remote Sensing Analysis

GeoTIFF file is displayed in the layer box after uploading it to the map. In the layer box, click on the 'Analyses' button in the options of the layer to be analysed.

Remote Sensing Analysis

The analysis that can be applied is listed in the opened panel. The analysis to be applied is selected.

Remote Sensing Analysis

After the analysis is selected, the band names required for the selected analysis are listed. It is necessary to choose suitable bands. Automatic colour scale is created with Plants option.

Remote Sensing Analysis

You can also create your own colour palette with the 'Create Your Own Colour Palettes' option.

Remote Sensing Analysis

With the Run button, the analysis result is shown on the map.

Remote Sensing Analysis

Some analyses do not require a colour scale. For example, 'False Colour' analysis result is shown below.

Remote Sensing Analysis

After selecting the required bands, click the Run button.

Remote Sensing Analysis

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