My name wahyu, I'm researcher in forestry research development agency, ministry of enivironment and forestry Indonesia.I heard foris from internet, i downloaded the manual, software and installed this software and try to learn about this tool.The point, I think this tool can used to validate my landcover classsification but difficult to me how to do that.I had classification with visual interpretation in Kuburaya district, west borneo, Indonesia. can you give me information step by step, how to use openforis to validate my landcover classification, thanks.

asked 25 Apr '16, 02:47

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Hi,
In order to validate your landcover classification, I would suggest you to use Google Earth Engine.
Please have a look to the Collect Earth User Manual at the point 6.4 (Collect Earth data as training sites for a supervised classification) and try to follow the instructions on how to create a fusion table using your data and validate the data with a Landsat map.
Thanks.
Open Foris Team

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answered 25 Apr '16, 15:01

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Hi Wahyu,

We have recently published a practical guide about map accuracy assessment and area estimation. It uses Open Foris and other open source tools and gives step-by-step guidance. You can download the document here: http://www.fao.org/documents/card/en/c/e5ea45b8-3fd7-4692-ba29-fae7b140d07e/

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