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Spatial Modeler Tutorials

Spatial Modeler provides the user with hundreds of functions, algorithms and analytical routines that can easily be chained together into models that solve Geospatial problems. This page provides example Spatial Models built using the Spatial Model Editor (available in IMAGINE Professional, GeoMedia Professional and other Hexagon Geospatial products) which can be downloaded and used as is, or can be modified to suit your particular needs. Looking for an example of how to use a specific Operator? Type the Operator's name in the Search dialog for a list of the Spatial Models which contain that Operator.

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Sometimes the data which occupies a raster you produce may be sparse. I.e., the class pixels may only occupy a very limited set of locations in the image, but the extent of the image is still set to that of the original image being analysed. This Spatial Model automatically identifies the smallest bounding rectangle needed to subset out the data of interest.


NoData Minimizing Automatic Subset


The Biosphysical Composition Index (BCI) is a technique to effectively represent major biophysical compositions in an urban environment, enabling the seperation of vegetation, impervious surfaces and soil landcover types.

Biophysical Composition Index (BCI) for mapping impervious surface and other landcover classes