These step-by-step tutorials are designed to help you become familiar with features and capabilities of ENVI.
This Quick Start tutorial is aimed at providing a newer ENVI user with a brief introduction to the graphical user interface and basic capabilities of ENVI 5.
Learn how to create annotation layers on a QuickBird multispectral image.
Use the Anomaly Detection workflow to detect spectral or color differences between layers, and extract unknown targets that are spectrally distinct from the image background.
Calibrate a QuickBird Level-1 image to spectral radiance and reflectance while learning about the various metadata fields that ENVI uses to perform calibration.
Use the Classification workflow to perform an unsupervised classification, followed by supervised classification with training data.
Learn how to create a custom image format, how to write spatial and spectral read routines, and how to open custom images in ENVI.
Learn how to open a custom data file that contains embedded metadata, then run the open procedure from the ENVI menu.
Use the Feature Counting tool to mark features and view a feature report, while displaying a QuickBird multispectral image.
Use Feature Extraction to extract rooftops from a QuickBird multispectral scene.
Use Feature Extraction to extract asphalt surfaces from a GeoEye-1 multispectral scene.
Author: ccooling/Thursday, March 07, 2013/Categories: Help Articles, ENVI, Tutorials, ENVI
A new tutorial is available: A Quick Start to ENVI 5.0. This tutorial introduces the new interface and basic functionality of ENVI 5.0 including opening and displaying images, selecting different band combinations, interacting with the display, and working with vectors. The tutorial document is available for download here:
A Quick Start to ENVI 5.0 (PDF)
The data used in this tutorial is the same as is used for the ENVI Classic Quick Start tutorial and can be found here:
ENVI Tutorials Page
Scroll down to A Quick Start to ENVI Classic and click Download Data.
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5/12/2013 6:19 PM
Envi est l'un des meilleurs logiciels de traitement de l'information géo-spatiales.