MultiSpec provides data analysis capabilities and has been designed for the analysis of multispectral image data, such as the hyperspectral data captured from AVIRIS, MODIS, Hyperion or that from the Landsat series of Earth observational satellites.
MultiSpec's custom made architecture is able to work with any such data that contains many bands.
MultiSpec uses new algorithms resulted from the research and analysis of hyperspectral data.
Here are some key features of "MultiSpec":
· Import data in either Binary or ASCII format
· Display multispectral images
· Define classes
· List classification results
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
File – Open Image:
· MultiSpec will recognize the Landsat 8 band sets starting with LO8 (OLI bands) and LT8 (TIRS bands) provided by the EROS Center and link them in wavelength order no matter the order they are in the open image file dialog box.
· A problem was fixed which caused MultiSpec to crash for OSX 10.8 when opening more than 100-200 image files at a single time. The crash was due to the limit for the number of open files. This limit is now set to a much higher value when MultiSpec first opens.
Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format:
· A problem was fixed which cause MultiSpec to crash if one tried to convert an ENVI ROI without have an image window opened. This was caused by changes in the last version.
· Some more changes were made in how the reformat specifications are saved from one run to another. This is done to save mouse clicks. The decision to use the previous settings is based on whether the current image file has the same data value characteristics as that for th...