HDR: Processing of hyperspectral reflectance data
Version 1.0

Package contains two functions for processing hyperspectral reflectance data: 1) generates average reflection in several broadband spectral regions and 2) identifies spectral regions with low SN ratio

AuthorHans D. Roelofsen, KWR Watercycle Research Institute
Date of publication2013-09-25 13:25:42
MaintainerHDR, <hans.roelofsen@kwrwater.nl>
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Version1.0
Package repositoryView on R-Forge
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("HDR", repos="http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

Getting started

Package overview

Popular man pages

HDR-package: Processing of hyperspectral reflectance data
IdentifyNoise: Identify noise in hyperspectral reflectance data.
SampleHySpecRefl: Sample Hyperspectral reflectance data
SampleWavelengths: Wavelengths of 2151 spectral bands
SpecSum: Summary of hyperspectral data into broadband spectral regions
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Man pages

HDR-package: Processing of hyperspectral reflectance data
IdentifyNoise: Identify noise in hyperspectral reflectance data.
SampleHySpecRefl: Sample Hyperspectral reflectance data
SampleWavelengths: Wavelengths of 2151 spectral bands
SpecSum: Summary of hyperspectral data into broadband spectral regions

Functions

Files

DESCRIPTION
NAMESPACE
R
R/HDR-internal.R
R/IdentifyNA2.R
R/IdentifyNoise.R
R/SpecSum.R
data
data/SampleHySpecRefl.rda
data/SampleWavelengths.rda
data/datalist
man
man/HDR-package.Rd
man/IdentifyNoise.Rd
man/SampleHySpecRefl.Rd
man/SampleWavelengths.Rd
man/SpecSum.Rd
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