Grid processing tools (models)
Models are the actual grid processing tools. They are used to define response curves.
Adding a model can be done in two ways:
- right click at a composite model in the tree of the Project Explorer and select 'Add New Model' or
- importing a model from another project or user
To change the name of the model, type a name in the Properties window, or change the name by clicking on the model in the project explorer.
Make a habit of filling in the Meta information of models in the Properties window.
There are 5 types of models:
Broken Linear Reclassification
It is usefull to model a gradual response on subjects like habitat suitability, damage or flood risk.
The Table Reclassification (single grid)
The model Table Reclassification (multiple grids)
The Spattial Statistics modeltype can be used to calculate the minimum, maximum, average, median, standard deviation of the whole map, a part of the map selected by zooming into a map or in subareas defined by an other map. Furthermore, it is possible to calculate the area of different classes of values, e.g. the habitat suitability between 0 - 0.8 and 0.8 and 1.