Using Geospatial Formulas

A GeoFormula is a powerful yet simple script that specifies mathematical or logical combinations of your geodata input to create a new raster object or virtual layer for a "data fusion" effect. Simply write an equation that defines how data in one or more objects are to be processed or combined. Using GeoFormula layers in the Display process lets you automatically locate and combined objects on-the-fly, quickly display the script output, easily make adjustments to your script, and re-display the new results. Alternatively, when you create a new raster in the standalone GeoFormula process it displays faster than the virtual GeoFormula layer, lets you use the new raster in other processes, and is easy to share output with others.

navigate.jpguse raster cell value input

navigate.jpguse vector polygon and attribute input

navigate.jpgmulti-object combinations

navigate.jpgvector / raster combinations

navigate.jpgsimple algebraic operations

navigate.jpguse SML functions

navigate.jpgapply standard forumlas (USLE)

navigate.jpgquick preview

navigate.jpgsee immediate results

navigate.jpgskip pre-processing

navigate.jpgsave / reuse scripts

navigate.jpgre-run scripts with same or new geodata input

navigate.jpgsave output raster or display virtual layer