Pakistan Flood 2022 : Computing the flooded area

Pakistan Flood 2022 : Computing the flooded area From June 2022 to October 2022, Pakistan experienced significant flooding in the Indus Valley that killed 1739 people. In this article, I describe how I used ProRaster Scientific to compute the area flooded based on...

Wooroloo Fire

Wooroloo, Western Australia 2021 Bushfire Analysis using ProRaster Scientific In February 2021 a fast-moving bushfire burned from Wooroloo in the foothills to the east of Perth, west for 26 kilometres right to the edge of Greater Perth. The Wooroloo fire destroyed at...

2019-20 East Coast Bushfires

2019-20 NSW East Coast Bushfire Season Analysis As part of the ProRaster Scientific and ProRaster Bushfire development, I have been studying the 2019-2020 bushfire event on the East Coast of New South Wales, Australia. I have used Landsat 8 and Landsat 9 data. The...

MERIT Hydro

Exploring MERIT Hydro : Global Hydrogeography Rasters in ProRaster MERIT Hydro is a set of six global scale hydrogeography rasters prepared by the Global Hydrology Group at The University of Tokyo. The group is headed by Dai Yamazaki. In this series of three videos, I...

Rasters in MapInfo Pro

Rasters in MapInfo Pro Rasters (Grids and Images) have always been an integral part of MapInfo Pro. To complement the basic visualisation and interrogation capabilities in MapInfo Pro, users could purchase Vertical Mapper (sold separately) to provide advanced raster...

Raster Statistics

Raster Statistics Statistics can be computed for each band and component in a raster. Complicating this, statistics can also be computed for an event or over a range of events, and for the base resolution level or a specified resolution level. Beyond that, you can...

Interpolating Raster Data

Interpolating Raster Data Almost all operations on rasters involve interpolation. Interpolation is the process of computing the value of a raster at a particular point location and at a particular scale. In some scenarios, you need to up-sample – where you interpolate...