Actually, this turned out to be an issue on our server end, so thanks for the heads-up! You should be able to process these normally. Hope that helps -
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Landscape doesn't currently have the capacity for GIS downloads within the application, but many of the nation-wide data sets are available through the agency of origin: https://landscape.itreetools.org/references/maps/ Additionally, data for any specific geographic boundaries selected in Landscape ...
Hi Paul - thanks for sending the link, that makes it easier for me to see what you're working with. 1. You are right that the Maps are generated in the Reports only for Individual data selections. 2. If I am seeing things right, you are trying to display a map only for the city of Trenton; in order ...
Hi Paul - Landscape currently allows for the export of individual maps inside of the Generate Report features. What this means is that you can report out individual maps that visualize particular data points (carbon storage, amounts of canopy present, demographics, etc.) for the geographies you've c...
- Mon Nov 18, 2019 5:18 pm
- Forum: Landscape
- Topic: How to access data underlying i-Tree Landscape tool?
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I'm afraid the short answer is no; as you've noted, this is data that comes from the NLCD land cover layers, which are all delivered in image format as opposed to a spreadsheet. Information for data such as tree canopy within Census Places is calculated on the fly, depending on the geography of inte...
- Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:43 am
- Forum: General Topics
- Topic: Land Surface Temperature Difference
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Hi Dan - the short answer is yes: the values in the data set (each pixel) represent surface temperature in degrees above or below the median temp of the Landsat scene; for each place boundary, these values are averaged to calculate the value you can see in the table. So yes, you could say that X num...