Spectral Library Tool Documentation¶
About The Spectral Library Tool¶
The Spectral Library Tool software package is both a QGIS plugin and stand-alone python package that provides a suite of processing tools for multi- and hyperspectral spectral libraries.
The software is based on VIPER Tools: code written for ENVI/IDL and released in 2007. Several updates have been released since and now it has been ported to PyQGIS in the period 2017 - 2020. The original VIPER Tools is now split over two python/QGIS tools: Spectral Library Tools and MESMA.
- Spectral Library Tool provides the following:
- Creating spectral libraries interactively (selecting spectra from an image or using regions of interest) and managing the metadata (developed by HU Berlin)
- Optimizing spectral libraries with Iterative Endmember Selection, Ear-Masa-Cob or CRES
- Website: https://spectral-libraries.readthedocs.io
- Repository: https://bitbucket.org/kul-reseco/spectral-libraries
- MESMA provides the following:
The software has now been developed in the open source environment to encourage further development of the tool.
Referencing The Spectral Library Tool¶
When using The Spectral Library Tool, please use the following citation:
Crabbé, A. H., Jakimow, B., Somers, B., Roberts, D. A., Halligan, K., Dennison, P., Dudley, K. (2020). Spectral Library QGIS Plugin (Version x) [Software]. Available from https://bitbucket.org/kul-reseco/spectral-libraries.
The software and user guide are based on VIPER Tools 2.0 (UC Santa Barbara, VIPER Lab): Roberts, D. A., Halligan, K., Dennison, P., Dudley, K., Somers, B., Crabbe, A., 2018, Viper Tools User Manual, Version 2, 91 pp.
The software also makes use of the QGISPluginSupport python packages developed by Benjamin Jakimow (HU Berlin): https://bitbucket.org/jakimowb/qgispluginsupport
This revision is funded primarily through BELSPO (the Belgian Science Policy Office) in the framework of the STEREO III Programme – Project LUMOS - SR/01/321.
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