09-16-2016 05:50 AM
I hope you could help me in the step by step process of creating time series image (multi-temporal analysis) using MODIS data in ERDAS Imagine 2016.
Is the Time Series CCD an equivalent function to the time series (multi-temporal analysis) process?
Thank you very much! Your answer is greatly appreciated.
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09-19-2016 06:47 AM
The Time Series CCD tool is designed to automate coherence change analysis using interferometric image pairs, so it would not be suitable for your MODIS data.
You can perform multi-temporal change detection using IMAGINE DeltaCue. Please follow this link to an example IMAGINE DeltaCue workflow.
You could also try using the Image Difference tool to compute the change between two multi-temporal images.
ERDAS IMAGINE > Raster tab > Change Detection group > Change Detection Tools menu > Image Difference
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10-01-2016 12:06 AM
Hi Mr. Stephen Bent
Thank you so much for your answer, this is highly appreciated!
Does this mean ERDAS do not have the tool to create a Time Series graph?
10-01-2016 06:32 AM
Hi Liz. I suspect that Spatial Modeler would be able to do what you want, but it might be an idea if you could expand on what you are hoping to achieve. I've created a time series dataset using NDVI from DMC data just fine in Spatial Moderer. Cheers, Johnnie
10-05-2016 07:04 PM
Hi Mr. Johnie,
Thank you very much for your input. Yes, I would want to achieve the same output , a time series dataset using NDVI. Would it be possible for you to share your model?
Thank you very much.