export the patch results landscapemetrics

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export the patch results landscapemetrics

Jon Hak-2
I've used SDMTools and Fragstats frequently and I'm trying out the
recently published landscapemetrics.  I'e worked through the agusta demo
that came with the package so I think I've got a handle on how to
process the models I would like to use, but I 'm a bit stumped.  the
show_patches() is what I would like to export out to a new raster to
display/use the patch results in a GIS. Show_pataches() creates a 
Gabriel graph, but I want a raster similar to STMTools or regiongroup
(ArcGIS).

Thanks for any help,

Jon

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Re: export the patch results landscapemetrics

Jeff Newmiller
Wrong mailing list. Read the Posting Guide and the package description.

On September 7, 2019 11:34:29 AM PDT, Jon Hak <[hidden email]> wrote:

>I've used SDMTools and Fragstats frequently and I'm trying out the
>recently published landscapemetrics.  I'e worked through the agusta
>demo
>that came with the package so I think I've got a handle on how to
>process the models I would like to use, but I 'm a bit stumped.  the
>show_patches() is what I would like to export out to a new raster to
>display/use the patch results in a GIS. Show_pataches() creates a 
>Gabriel graph, but I want a raster similar to STMTools or regiongroup
>(ArcGIS).
>
>Thanks for any help,
>
>Jon
>
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>and provide commented, minimal, self-contained, reproducible code.

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