We are about to compare results from the two addons...
Unfortunately, I missed some details, so the manual page is not online yet
(issues should be fixed now).
The main additions, compared to i.spec.unmix are
- three alternative endmember detection algorithms
- (at least) two additional algorithms for spectral unmixing (Unconstrained
least squares and fully constrained least squares (with the latter, pixels
values in the resulting maps sum up to 1).
I should probably also mention, that i.pysptools.unmix allows to write out
detected end members in a format that i.spec.unmix understands. So the modules
can be complementary...
From: Moritz Lennert [mailto:mlenn...@club.worldonline.be]
Sent: torsdag 8. februar 2018 09.06
To: Stefan Blumentrath <stefan.blumentr...@nina.no>; grass-user grass-user
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Subject: Re: [GRASS-dev] New addon: i.pysptools.unmix
On 06/02/18 23:37, Stefan Blumentrath wrote:
> Dear all,
> I just committed a new addon (i.pysptools.unmix) which is a wrapper
> around the endmember extraction and spectral unmixing functionality in
> the pysptools python library .
> Feedback will be gladly received!
Great, thanks a lot ! How does it compare to i.spec.unmix ? I assume it adds
more algorithms ?
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