Percentage Output - Export Options

Is there anyway to export, in the PDF option, percentages of different index parameters? It seems that it should definitely be a feature needed, otherwise you only have a visual representation of the indices spread. I am assuming that the answer will be to use the magic tool and annotate it. But I feel that there should be some type of numerical breakdown of either user chosen parameters (i.e. .2-.4 index percentage, .4-.6 index percentage, etc.), or have a automatic parameters that break down percentages, or a graph, of the data.

Use case: a farmer had a certain amount of crops compromised where there is bare earth or imitation corn. We want to differentiate between real corn, imitation corn, and bare earth and represent this is a graph or sometime of quantifiable representation of the index spread. My solution is going to be using the magic tool on the index and then to annotate that. I think there should be a better way.

Also, I have experimented with different indexes, but would also like an opinion on what index would be preferable for the above. The imitation corn is typically shorter than the real corn, has a lighter green, and is also younger than the corn.

Thanks for the help!

Hi William,

great questions and great usecase you have!

Regarding the breakdown, I think what we are currently working on, may solve your request. Our new Zonation feature and its reporting via the PDF-Report export tool. This will be released in the first half of next month. :crossed_fingers:

You can try with the current Zonation, it also has the Report but less detailed. Would that be what you need ?

Regarding the index, its hard to say without the dataset and what camera you have. If there is a strong biomass signal between the real corn and imitation corn the NDVI should be just fine. Otherwise indicies which are sensitives to the green color could be selected to differentiate between the different classes.

But the most precise way to do it, I think is indeed the magic tool and run it for each class.