I randomly select 10000 samples and judged the their landcover type. How could I calculated whether those samples has very high resolution images on Google Earth? Thanks?

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edited 01 Dec '20, 08:26

sorry, re-reading your question I think I might have answered something different you are asking :)

Did you already collect data with Collect Earth? Did you include a question on whether there was Very High Resolution imagery available?

(01 Dec '20, 13:37) collectearth ♦ collectearth's gravatar image

Hi,

you could use a very simple survey (use the Collect Survey designer to produce your own )

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This is a CEP file (that you can open if you install Collect Earth in your computer) that will allow you to collect data on presence of Google Earth imagery and the year of the latest image GE Imagery Available CEP File

You will need to use your own CSV file with the plot locations! This CSV should just have the columns id,YCoordinate,XCoordinate

Then you go to Collect Earth click on Properties and choose this CSV with your plot locations:

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