Questions related to Mapping
Why the equipotential lines near conductor surfaces are parallel to the surface and why are they perpendicular to the insulator surface mapped?
What are the applications of remote sensing in soil and rock mapping and role of remote sensing in environment?
I need 2 international Authors who can review my article.
It is a social science article titled: "Bibliometric Analysis of Behavioural Strategy Research Mapping trends knowledge networks and emerging Paradigms in the pursuit of Competitive Advantage"
Kindly let me know
Hello everyone! I'm Nitesh, I have masters degree and 6 months diploma in GIS and Remote Sensing. However, I haven't high scores in master (55%) as well in graduation (overall 50% in geography (58%), history, and pol science). Although, I have an overall 64% and Geography 79% in High school, along with research publications in international journals. my publication list is mentioned below -
➢ Land Use/ Land Cover Dynamics Study and Prediction In Jaipur City us-ing CA Markov Model Integrated with Road Network (DOI: 10.1007/s10708-022-10593-9).
➢ Evaluation of Shoreline Alteration Along the Jagatsinghpur District Coast, India (1990-2020) Using Dsas, SSRN Electronic Journal (DOI: doi.org). (Under Revision at Ocean and Coastal Management)
➢ Assessment of Chemicals Hazard and Resilience in an Educational Setup: A case study of Jamia Millia Islamia University, India, Accepted at Indian Journal of Environmental Protection.
➢ Forest carbon sequestration mapping and economic quantification infusing MLPnn Markov chain and InVEST carbon model in Askot Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Himalaya, Under Revision at Ecological Economics.
➢ Evaluating the Efficiency of CA-Markov and MOLUSCE Models for Predicting Historical Land Use and Land Cover, at prof reading.
another research paper on SAR data processing with AI algorithms in Flood mapping and being resilient in the flood at metro city Delhi is an underwriting process.
I also have a research proposal on Tropical Cyclones and their inland survival, and urban environment or urban climate change.
I'm looking for a PhD at an international university which is listed under the top 150 world universities, cause my state government provides scholarships for these universities. I have teaching and research assistant work experience with a private institute. I knew that my marks were low as per university demand; however, along with my work experience and publications. Could I gate admission at any of these universities?
The target study population for this cross-sectional study is people aged 18-35 years residing in a densely populated urban district. The sample size was calculated based on the number of people aged 18-35 years from the census data. As the study site is in an LMIC setting, there is no household mapping for the random sampling. Adding household mapping to the methodology would add both budget and time. It's a very small budget knowledge, attitude, and practice survey. What would be the best way to collect survey data in this scenario?
I am currently researching various contractions using a measure of noncompactness for both single and multivalued mappings. My study focuses on exploring the existence of solutions for equations within this context.
I identified SSRs using the web server MISA and now I want to asses whether they are single copy or multi copy loci.
I found that read mapping is an insilico method that can be used for this purpose.
I'm very new to this field and I highly appreciate any help on how to do read mapping for my task.
Thanks in advance..
including the different modulation formation, and the relationship can be verified by experiential. I found the mapping between OSNR(0.1nm) and BER are very different in different reference.
Multidimensional scaling (MDS) refers to a class of techniques that use proximities among objects. A proximity is a number that indicates how similar or different the objects are perceived to be.
Accordingly, I want to execute content analysis of some products so as to group them based on certain features (especially congruent and incongruent brand features). In this case, I don't want to engaged any consumer's or user's perception or preference. it is going to be entirely done by the researcher by naturalistic observation - content analysis.
The book Bennett 1939 and Norton 1939 provides a classification of eroded soils. (6 classes are given below). Please tell me if there are more modern classifications and related literature? Are there alternative methods for determining the degree of soil washout (reduction of humus horizon or soil carbon)?
1. Less than 25 percent of the topsoil removed. Erosion of class 1 is mapped if the effects of erosion can be identified but the average removal has been less than 25 percent of the thickness of the original topsoil.
2. 25 to 75 percent of the topsoil removed. If the thickness of original topsoil was about 16 inches and the present topsoil is between 4 and 12 inches, sheet erosion of class 2 would be mapped.
3. 75 percent or more of the topsoil removed, or all the topsoil and less than 25 percent of the subsoil * removed.
4. All the topsoil and 25 to 75 percent of the subsoil removed.
5. All the topsoil and 75 percent or more of the subsoil removed; parent material may be eroded.
6. The symbol 6 is reserved for conditions of local significance, such as slips or catsteps. Slips too small to be outlined on a map may be indicated by a crescent-shaped symbol, as shown on plate 5.
What are the applications of crop model in agriculture and applications of remote sensing in crop health monitoring and land use mapping?
Assessing the effect of GIS market mapping and marketing applications in enhancing market linkages for smallholder farmers.
I need a suggestion. I am working on molecular characterization by using an SSR marker. I have recorded data in 1, 0 in format. What will be the input file for association mapping?
The use of AI and mapping technologies in laboratory settings raises a number of security concerns that must be addressed in order to ensure the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data and resources. Data privacy and confidentiality, data integrity, access controls, network security, and so on are some of the security challenges.
How can I process a Raman mapping in position mapping instead of intensity mapping in origin?
Usually, we are able to plot intensity mapping but to see more precisely we need to use Raman position mapping. Please answer.
My samples are thin films containing Fe element. The Fe atomic% measured by EPMA is much higher than that measured by EDS mapping.
If you have an area of several 25's of acres (several 100,000 m²) and your only source of GNSS Information is that of the drone, can there be distortion of the 3D Model / orthomosaic that are so large that calculations based on this model cannot be trusted?
In other words: Do GCPs not only add global georeferenced accuracy, but also decrease the error of the scale of the result (for example if you want to measure landfill, the surface area or the volume of some rocks or debris) ?
I have performed temperature dependent PL measurement and now I would like to plot the 2D graph for the same in the origin. Can anyone please guide regarding this?
how to know about different types of contraction mapping to prove fixed point theorem
ciric, rus, f-contraction, suzuki contraction etc
I am writing to inquire about the low assignment ratio (19%) that I obtained using FeatureCounts in my RNA-seq analysis. I would like to confirm whether this is a normal result, and if possible, request your assistance in identifying possible reasons for this issue. To provide some context, I used HISAT2 to align paired-end stranded RNA-seq reads to the GRCh38 reference genome. The overall alignment rate by HISAT2 was 97%, with a multi-mapping ratio of 22% and a unique mapping rate of 72%. Based on this alignment result, I attempted to use FeatureCounts to obtain read counts from the BAM file generated by HISAT2. However, the successful assignment ratio was only about 19%. Thank you for your time and assistance.
Geometric basis of mapping involves, use of geometry to map along with basis of various dimensional elements of specific shapes and coordinates. The shape shifter function consists systems of parametric equations, which changes by various sub class markers. One sub classes involve, d|D: x1...x nth surface markers are isotropic, then each markers assign a zone of change as seperate parametrics of the shape-shifter function. For example a simple mapping instance involves a global group A|A-> B|B: x1..x3 and A|A<-B|B: x nth. There exists an internal group mapping if A|A->exclusive B|B = A|B->B|->B|A->|B and vice versa. Hence markers also map as x1->x nth.
I am currently spearheading a project focused on soil C mapping. As part of this endeavor, I am actively seeking plots or field datasets that have been collected by government agencies or other large-scale efforts. If you possess any relevant information and would be interested in sharing it, kindly inform me at your convenience.
Thank you all in advance for your invaluable input.
I read that somewhere they use geochemical data for fault detection.i cant understandvit.if anybody have similar experiences?
Dear scientists and researchers,
If you have any kind of experince or knowledge on flood risk mapping in urban areas (i.e., methodology, risk estimation, map preparation, etc), please kindly share your findings and knowledge.
Thank you in advance and looking forward to collaborating together.
Does anyone know how to access the data of the geochemical maps of trace elements listed in this paper? The relevant authorities are not responding to emails and calls and there is no data given on Bhukosh portal.
Govil, P. K., Keshav Krishna, A., & Dimri, V. P. (2020). Global Geochemical Baseline Mapping in India for Environmental Management Using Topsoil. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 95(1), 9–16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12594-020-1381-8
How did the scientist conduct the landslide susceptibility assessment before machine learning were used for such purpose?
As far as I am concerned, scientists focused more on assessing the slope stability of a particular landslide instead of assessing a wider area.
Are there general and mandatory corrections or preprocessing on PRISMA data level 2C? (which needs to be done before the sub-pixel mapping algorithms)
Now several scRNA-seq platforms are used in Bacteria. I can not get the point.
Firstly, Bacteria have Horizontal inheritance, meaning they can exchange the genome. How to get the ref genomes in the mapping process? Is the heterogeneity due to horizontal inheritance or regulation or genome mutation？
Secondly, most scRNA-seq platforms analyze the Bacteria in the culture but not the original. What's the obstacle here？ With culture, why not use bulk seq?
Thirdly, the RNA in Bacteria may be polycistronic mRNA, how to deal with them?
Why Not Single-Bacteria genome sequence?
I want to know about different geomorphic features mapping problems by using different deep-learning methods
I found out that there are various ways to calculate LS factor (Topographic factor) when using QGIS such as Moore & Nieber (1989), Desmet & Gobers (1996) and Wischmeier & Smith (1978). I also read several publications on RUSLE mapping and found out that some studies use different calculations than others.
Therefore, how do I know which LS factor calculation method is the most suitable for RUSLE mapping?
I am trying to do bias correction for rainfall data using the ‘qmap’ package in R.
My daily observed data is collected from 1981 to 2014 at the point (station) scale. To downscale the future data, I extracted the variable for corresponding locations from GCMs, including historical and future period (1981-2100).
The observed and GCMs data are detected the relationship and estimate the parameters of downscaling future data. But when I do that using qmap package, the results are poor. The output data is aggregated to monthly scale, and evaluated the performance of different GCMs with root mean squared error (RMSE) and correlation coefficient (r). From the results, I found that the bias correction even decreased the r. Additionally, I also provide the boxplot for month and annual precipitation. The above results are based on the fitQmapRQUANT method in the ‘qmap’ package. I also tried to other methods (fitQmapDIST, fitQmapPTF, fitQmapQUANT, and fitQmapSSPLIN), however, the results are still poor.
Does anyone get such results or I am doing it in the wrong way? How can I apply "qmap" to downscale daily precipitation data with my observed data?
Thanks in advance
Good afternoon dear community.
I am working analyzing hyperspectral images using SAM.
I have just created a routine in matlab for the analysis and calculation of the angle between the images but I have very little knowledge about the limits that I must consider to consider these images obtained from a VIS-NIR camera.
What is the criterion to establish that two images are similar or not similar?
If you could recommend me an article I would be very grateful,
Is there any related studies on using OCO-2 and Tropomi satellite data in mapping trends of CO2 and CH4?
I am mapping residual stresses in Abaqus and I wonder if I need to add a step to find equilibrium before loading the model when I use the SIGINI subroutine. Thank you for your help.
I am a biology bachelor's student, and I'd love to try to learn how to conduct a small research project on my own.
Mapping out the copepoda species living in the sewers of Prague seems like an adequately difficult task for someone with my education and (close to zero) skill level.
It is my first time attempting to make a research project happen on my own, so I am looking for any kind of guidance or advice.
How would you approach such a task?
Do you think this is a good topic for research for someone who is a complete newbie?
Thank you very much.
I have LISS IV satellite image. I need to do the coral reef mapping for the Lakshadweep lagoon area. Regarding this, Please suggest any algorithm or methodology do this.
I really appreciate any help you can provide.
I'm attempting to work with induced polarization and geoelectric subsurface structural mapping but am having difficulty locating a reliable dataset that could be enhanced and used for regional sensing and analysis. If anyone has any leads, I would greatly appreciate them, thank you!
I am to conduct method validation using ELISA.
But, I have run into difficulties.
How can I conduct specificity and selectivity?
Please tell me about mapping.
I am looking for a tool that can map atoms in proper order before doing superimposition.
I attached below two .pdb file of two chiral tioconazole. They have same chemistry formula but different arrangement in file. I want to order it for example, if I find atom C1 in R equivalent to the C5 in S, then I could put them in the separate matrix with the same row (or same column).
For now, I only manually arrange them by VMD. So someone can help me to address any tool to do so.
Thank you so much
We plot Bifurcation Diagram for different mappings. It after 8 or 16 period shows Chaotic behavior. But what does the shape of Bifurcation Diagram represents? For different mappings, we are having different shapes. But what does these shapes signifies?
I would to obtain a risk map related to the oak habitat using several ecological variables referring to climate change.
Thanks for your help.
I build pharmacophore from Molecular Dynamic Result, ut, while I try to do that. the result can't generate the pharmacophore mapping.
i would be very grateful if you could let me know how to fix that problem.
#pharmacophore #structurebasedesign #biovia #discoverystudio
I need to correct the TanDEM-X data on the water surface, because the values are negative and it is impossible to calculate morphometric indices for mapping and relief analysis.
I am trying to use CatBoost method (a gradient boosting method) for flood susceptibility mapping. I have seen that many metaheuristic algorithms were used to optimize Support vector machine, ANFIS, Decision Table algorithms. I am wondering about, can we use metaheuristic algorithms to optimize CatBoost method?
Are there recent studies on mapping the trends of air quality using sentinel 5P, GOSAT, GOSAT-2, OCO-2, OCO-3 using SNAP desktop software?
I wanted to couple two simulations that are calculated separately like in-cylinder combustion and cylinder block, in your opinion can we map boundary conditions of the cylinder with block surface transiently? If yes which tool do you suggest?
What tested or emergent methods and technologies are known for transferring system acquired (i.e., not only human inputted) system-level problem solving knowledge from one smart system to other? It is assumed that this knowledge provides the intellect for the system together with the related computational reasoning mechanisms.
The systems considered here are intellectualized (smart) cyber-physical-social systems. An example for system acquired knowledge transfer can be deep transfer learning that has the following approaches: (i) instances-based (utilize instances in source domain by appropriate weight), (ii) mapping-based (mapping instances from two domains into a new data space with better similarity), (iii) network-based (reuse the partial of network pre-trained in the source domain), and (iv) adversarial-based (use adversarial technology to find transferable features that both suitable for two domains). As far as knowledge is concerned it can be both explicit (structured and formalized) and implicit (learnt information models or procedures). Not only learning, but awareness building, reasoning, planning, decision making, adaptation associated knowledge is interesting in the context of the question. Please identify literature sources that report on advancements in this domain. Thank you very much in advance!
In my recent work, I encountered a problem: How to map a horizontal infinite long strip into a annulus by using conformal mapping of complex functions? I can't find the corresponding mapping function. Can anyone help me？
We are performing a vlsm analysis on lesion data and several behavioral predictors and I am looking for insights on how to interpret the different outputs in MRIcron. Thanks!
I wonder if anyone update and can share with me the most effective method for mapping agricultural residue open burning from remote sensing data pls?
- Potential case study: Asia with typical rice cultivation as major food crop
- Scale: Region
- Data: Should active data overcome passive ones or not?
- Method: Spectral shareholding or machine learning???
Thank you very much
For example, if I would like to calculate thermal conductivity of Si/Ge interface, and I have acquired the second order force constants of Si and Ge. But, How to mapping these force constants to construct dynamical matrix? Is there any code or other learning source?
I could not understand what the meaning of H_t,n or H_t,m is the regular harmonic matrix that links unit cells t and n(or m) because in my opinion, the harmonic matrix is separated for each single cell., how can it link unit cells?
Can anyone help me with the .cry file (for EBSD mapping) for inter-metallic phases containing Al,Si,Fe,Cu or Mn; I managed to create the file for Al2Cu using Find-it. I could not find data, especially, for the Al5FeSi/Al8Fe2Si inter-metallic phases.
For Hyper-spectral Satellites which applications can be fulfilled from 1700-2500 nm spectral range and upto which level we can extract information if spatial resolution is 10m?