May 29, 2015 at 11:13 am #930seppi-santiagoParticipant
I would like to know whether it is possible to export some of the estimated parameters (cumulative displacement, velocity and residual height) to geotiff and/or shapefile format. I had a look at the manual, at the software options and also at the other forum threads but I did not find anything.
Thanks in advance!
May 29, 2015 at 3:02 pm #931
Sarproz has many ways to export results.
The two most common ones can be found in the “results exporting” frame in site processing: “extended geocoding” and “sparse geocoding”.
In the first case, you can choose between kml and geotiff formats. In the second case, the options are: csv and kml.
If you want to export sparse results (as those mentioned by u: cumulative displacement, velocity and residual height) into geotiff files, you have to use the scatter plots module in site processing and use the “filter/matrix visualization” function.
June 19, 2015 at 7:30 am #1001seppi-santiagoParticipant
When exporting a parameter in geotiff format, what I have been able to create is a file containing a color ramp (from 0 to 255) with the corresponding reference scale, but I would like to have the actual parametervalues in order to compare with outputs from another software. Is this possible?
June 19, 2015 at 9:57 am #1002
in Such a case, I suggest you to read directly the data from the disk.
All parameters are written as matrixes SxL -float- (real or complex depending on the case).
you can use the function leggi included in the pcodes
FileName is a string containing the name of the file with full path.
S and L are samples and lines.
This command reads real data.
You can get them (together with all file names and much more) by typing “fast” in the matlab command prompt.
This command works if you launched the sw with the command “fig=main;”
If you want to read complex data, call:
June 16, 2019 at 4:32 am #4218
Hello prof. Perissin,
When I export processed data to CSV from time series module, (e.g. cumulative displacement), I can see that there are actually two dates and two values for the same point (latter is with _1 suffix). I suppose that those are components of cum. displacement, but can you please answer me which value stands for what (date & date_1)?
June 17, 2019 at 6:48 am #4222
Not sure why you get date_1, can you paste an example here?
You should get the explanation in the first line of the csv file. Something like: “28 data entries plus 28 estimated movement entries ” and ” from 20081025 to 20091217 “.
This says that in the first series of dates you get the actual data, in the second series you get the model chosen to fit the data.
make sure you have an updated version
June 17, 2019 at 8:51 am #4223
Thank you prof. Perissin, for clarification, now everything is clear to me.
The reason why I have date_1 in table is because I have loaded csv into QGIS and plotted it. Since in GIS same column name cannot exist twice, suffix _1 was added to second (fitted) value automatically by QGIS. In original .csv file everything is fine and without _1 at the end. In original file there is also explanation line, but it had to be trimmed before loading data in GIS. My “mistake” …
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June 19, 2019 at 3:13 am #4229fakhrulfadzilParticipant
hello, i’m a bit confuse in viewing the interferograms. In visualization tools, i plot the interferograms by selecting coherence as mask and set the threshold to 0.5 to 0.8. Is this necessary or i should just use the default (mask=none; threshold=0)? Next, i tried to export the interferograms on GE using the extended data export. I change the threshold but the export image appeared to be the same. Should i change the threshold or not? Thanks in advance.
June 19, 2019 at 3:26 am #4230
Since a few months we developed a new module called “View/Export Extended Data/Results”.
Here the full description: https://sarproz.com/manual/plot_par_mod.html
Please update your software version if you have an old one.
We are still improving it, so, you could find minor bugs/changes.
The idea is that you can do what you want, using masks/thresholds is up to you
June 20, 2019 at 4:01 am #4232
I have one probably trivial question, when we export E-W cumulative displacement map in Multi-Sensor map, negative values stands for moving toward east or toward west? I suppose that positive values should be east and negative to the west, but just to clarify. Also, what are the conditions to use sparse export in same module? When I try to use it – literary nothing happens (Command status windows doesn’t show anything) while extended export works like a charm . Thanks in advance for answer.
June 20, 2019 at 7:31 am #4234
June 23, 2019 at 9:20 pm #4242fakhrulfadzilParticipant
hello i have few questions. i unwrap the interfrogram suing sparse LS LP, no mask. i found that there are 2 interferogram product, “date_UW” and “date_mask”. what does this mask refer to? when i export the “date_UW”, and convert to disp or height, i got single color image with no scale. if there is no conversion, the inferogram looks good. i had update the software to 20/6/2019 version before i run this. here i attached the log file.
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June 24, 2019 at 4:49 am #4244
The _mask file tells you where the phase was unwrapped and where it was not
the image with no scale is a bug. we are going to upload soon a fix
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