Features Include .......
Open and reorder multi-temporal image themes (layers)
Click and hold down mouse to drag a rectangle box to zoom in the area of interest
Click and hold down mouse to drag a rectangle box to zoom out
Drag the mouse upper-right to zoom in, lower left to zoom out
Click and drag the mouse to pan the image
Click to fit the image on screen to full view
Click and open the set units dialog box, change the length and area units used for display.
Click to measure point position in the displayed image
Click to measure length and segments in the displayed image. Left click the mouse to add a point in the image, draw a line representing the distance you want to measure, right click and drag the mouse to move a point. The length is the accumulative distance of line segments.
Click to measure perimeters and areas in the displayed image. Left click mouse pointer on image to add a point. Continue clicking to outline area of interest. Right click and drag the mouse to move a point
Digitize geographic point, line or polygon you want to buffer around first (the more vertices, the better), then click the buffer and popup buffer dialog, type the distance and select the units to create a buffer area around the feature, a buffer zone will be created at the distance you specified.
Click this icon to removes all points, line and polygon on the image.
Turn the magnifier window 2X on and off, drag the window to see a magnified view of a small area without changing the extent of your view
Turn on-screen coordinate display visible and invisible
Move the horizontal or vertical slider bar to control the swipe line and view portion of the top image over the bottom image
Image: The 2000 IKONOS image is a mosaic of multispectal
IKONOS imagery acquired on June 7 and June 29, 2000. The spatial resolution
is 4 meters. The multispectral wavebands are blue (444-516 nm), green (506-595
nm), red (631-697 nm), and near-infrared (757-852 nm). Each waveband has 11
bit radiometric range.
This image has been converted from its native format (GeoTIFF) to ERDAS Imagine ".img" format and reprojected from UTM to State Plane by the Department of Geography at San Diego State University.
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