What's New?

2014.3.22 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File->Open Image

A change was made so that Landsat 4 files will be handled correctly when selecting all of them to be linked together as a single file similar to the process for Landsat 5 data files.

The ability to read the meta data in the Land Information System (LIS) netcdf files was added so that the projection information could be obtained along with the fill data value.

Edit->Image Description

A new parameter was added to the image description dialog window to allow one to view and/or enter the 'no data' or 'fill data' value for the scene. This parameter is read from the file when available. The data value is also saved in output geotiff image files. The information is written in the geotiff tag that gdal has defined; therefore it can be read by packages that use gdal.

The statistics that are computed for classes will ignore these data values. You can turn this affect off by turning off the check box for the 'no data' values in this dialog window.

One can hold the shift key down when selecting a grouped data set in hdf4, hdf5 or netcdf files to indicate that only the selected data set is to be used. (Grouped data sets are indicated by the _Gn suffex.) One will notice that only one data set is selected by observing that the number of channels for the selection will change to 1.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

Changes were made to keep settings of data type, band interleave, header format and output file in better sync with what is possible for the selected file format. For example one cannot have a tiff/geotiff file which is band interleaved by line.

Processor->Reformat->Convert Project Fields to Thematic Image File

The capability was added so users can save the output thematic image files as either geotiff files or ERDAS .gis files.

Processor->Reformat->Mosaic

The Mosaic processor is now available in the Windows version.

Also a new feature was added to allow one to mosaic two images top to bottom. This processor was originally created to allow one to mosaic two Landsat quad scene together side by side ... way back when Landsat data were distributed as 4 separate quad scenes. The ability to combine two image file top and bottom is much more flexible than the append-to option in Reformat->Change Image File Format processor. One can combine images with different band interleave formats, data types and file header formats. The top - bottom capability was added so that users have an easy way to combine two granules of MODIS NDVI data that one obtains from the USGS glovis site.

Processor->Cluster

A correction was made so that the statistics in a project generated by a cluster operation could be used for supervised classification, listing statistics, etc. This error was created by changes a couple of versions back.

Processor->Classify

A change was made to correct a problem which a user found when creating a classification matrix using a project file with more than 2600 training fields. Also a correction was made in the Windows version so that the labels in the drop down menu for the output format choices would be correct; geotiff was being written in the wrong place.

 

2013.9.17 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File->Open Image

A change was made so that a user can select all 8 files in a Landsat 5 set of image files provided by the EROS Center to link the Landsat TM bands in wavelength order. The jpeg file will be ignored.

Processor->Display image

After displaying a multispectral image in 1-channel grayscale or 1-channel thematic modes, one can now use the right arrow key to view the next channel in order. One can use the left arrow key to go to the previous channel. The key combination of shift & up arrow goes to the last channel in the file and shift & down arrow goes to the first channel in the file. The same display enhancement settings are used for each display. In other words it is just a fast way of selecting Processor->Display Image, changing the channel number and selecting "OK". If one holds the right or left arrow keys down, the images will be drawn as fast as possible.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

A change was made to allow one to select BIS-Band Interleaved by Sample (or Pixel) as a band format for generating TIFF/GeoTIFF formatted files.

 

2013.6.6 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File->Open Image

A change was made so that a user can select all 12 files in a Landsat 8 set of image files provided by the EROS Center to link the OLI and TIRS bands in wavelength order. Any band 8 (panchromatic) or BQA files in the selection will be ignored.

Windows Version

File->Open Project

A problem was fixed which caused MultiSpec to not be able to read project files created with the 2013.5.18 (previous) version. This problem only affected the Windows version.

Also a problem was fixed which caused an extraneous message about the number of open windows being limited to 50 when opening a project image window in some situations.

 

2013.5.18 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

Processor->Display image

Some changes were made in calculating the default thematic data value ranges for 1-Channel Thematic Displays to handle a broader range of data types and values.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

An option has been added to the Transformation dialog box to allow one to adjust all of the selected channels in the image file by the data values in a selected channel. An application for this feature is to adjust all of the data in a file containing accumulated growing degree days with one channel for each day of the year by the data for a single channel (date) so that all of the accumulated growing degree days are referenced to a planting date rather than the start of the year.

Processor->Reformat->Convert Shape File to Thematic Image File

This processor now works with shape files containing polygons. The output thematic image will contain the shape file identifier value for all pixels that are included within the polygon. A .clr file will be created which contains the labels for each of the polygons. The labels will come from the first three fields in the dbf file associated with the shape file if it exists. Otherwise the label will be "Shape Record n" where n represents the shape file identifier. The label string is limited to 31 characters. The dbf field values are separated by "_". A .clr file will not be created if there are more than 2000 classes.

The shape file that will be used by default for this processor is the first one that is drawn in the active image window. The resulting thematic image will be the same size as any selection in the active image window or the same size as the active image window if no selection exists.

An application for using this feature is to create a thematic image from a shape file which represents training or test areas. The resulting thematic image can then be used to define the training or test areas in a project.

This feature has not been tested on a lot of different shape files. Let me know if you run into problems using it.

Processor->Statistics

Data sets other than the first one in hdf5 formatted files can now be used as base images for a project.

 

2013.3.23 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

MultiSpec will recognize the Landsat 8 band sets starting with LO8 (OLI bands) and LT8 (TIRS bands) provided by the EROS Center and link them in wavelength order no matter the order they are in the open image file dialog box.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

The transformation dialog box now contains a feature to allow one to create a new image file containing the selected channels for which a single channels has been adjusted (add/subtract) by a channel. This was feature was added for a situation where the image file contains the accumulated growing degrees days for each day of the year. One can subtract the data for a channel which represent the day of year that a crop was planted and create a new file which represents the accumulated growing degrees days since the planting date instead of from the start of the year.

Macintosh Version

File – Open Image

A problem was fixed which caused MultiSpec to crash for OSX 10.8 when opening more than 100-200 image files at a single time. The crash was due to the limit for the number of open files. This limit is now set to a much higher value when MultiSpec first opens.

2013.3.14 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

A new feature was added to this version to allow one to more quickly link individual files together. One can now make multiple image file selections in the open image file dialog box. There are three possible choices in handling the selected files: do not link (open in separate image windows), link to the active image window (if it is a multispectral window) and link selected files to a new image window. The limit for the number of files to link is 500. This feature has been used to link up to 366 weather images representing daily min or max temperature for a year. Note that any selected shape files in a multiple link set of files will be ignored. Also any files which contain a different number of lines and columns than the first image in the set will be ignored. A message to this effect is listed in the output text window.

Related to the above feature, MultiSpec will recognize the individual Landsat bands provided by the EROS Center and link them in wavelength order no matter the order they are in the open image file dialog box. This includes the files for Landsat MSS, TM, ETM+ and the OLI & TIRS (Landsat 8) data. So the new process for linking is to select the Open Image file menu item, select the files to be linked, close the dialog box and select OK to display the image with the default band combination. One can then use the Reformat->Change Image FIle Format processor to create a new combined image file.

Processor->Display Image

Changes have been made in default thematic enhancement settings for displaying 1-channel thematic images to handle a broader range of cases for data ranges in 32-bit integer and 32-bit & 64-bit float data values.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

The transformation dialog box now contains a feature to allow one to create a new image which is a function of the channels in the image data. The available functions are minimum, maximum, average, sum, median and kth smallest value. This was done for a project involving weather image data. For example, the feature has been used to compute summation of growing degree days where the individual channels represent gdd for each day of the year.

Default file names are now provided for the new output image data sets instead of just "image file". The default name is based on the input data set name. It won't be perfect for all but maybe the base name provided will be a good start.

The reformat specifications are now saved from one run to another. The purpose was to save mouse clicks and therefore time. Checks are made though to account for significant changes in the input files from one run to another which require the specifications to be re-initialized. Let me know if you run into problems with this feature.

The instrument name if known has been added to the TIFF/GeoTIFF image description text tag. It is also read by MultiSpec when opened up later to be included with the information that is listed for the image and to allow inclusions of the wavelength information if available.

General

Tutorial 5 was updated to reflect the new method to link individual files together..

Macintosh Version

Drawing Vector (Shape) Files

Drawing vectors (shape files) over images is now significantly faster.

 

2012.10.18 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

Processor->Display Multispectral Image

This version fixes a problem in which the channels in a linked file would not be displayed correctly when one of the channels was repeated such as 1, 2, 1 for red, green and blue where channel 1 was from file 1 and channel 2 was from file 2.

Processor->Cluster

This version fixes a problem when one clustered with a subset of channels in a data set with many channels, saved the project and then repeated the cluster operation. The subset of channels to be used would change with the last channel in the subset being repeated during the second cluster operation.

General

AmericaView was added as a supporter on the MultiSpec splash screen.

 

2012.7.18 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

This version fixes a problem in MultiSpec which causes reads of a large tiff/geotiff images (like full Landsat scenes) that are not formatted in tiles or strips to be very, very slow. Conversion to the gdal library to read tiff files allows MultiSpec to handle compressed tiff images, but for these type of non-compressed images, the gdal/libtiff library combination reads the entire image for each line being read. MultiSpec now uses the prior file read mechanism for these type of files; in other words the tiff/geotiff file is treated as being 1 line per strip. Reading these type of files now is much, much faster.

MultiSpec can now handle the ArcGIS ASCII Grid and GRASS ASCII Grid type image files.This was done for a project I helped with at Purdue.

MultiSpec now also handles netCDF2 formatted images. This was needed for our work with HRLDAS processing output.

A problem was fixed for hdf5 formatted files which caused datasets with multiple channels in HRLDAS created output to not show up as a data set in the file.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

A problem was fixed which caused some tiff/geotiff output image files with strips to be formatted incorrectly.

 

2012.6.25 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

MultiSpec will interpret the metadata in GOSAT hdf5 images to set the map projection correctly for the latest version of CAI L1B+ polar stereographic images.

MultiSpec will now also interpret the metadata in hdf5 images generated by the High Resolution Land Data Assimulation System (HRLDAS) to set the map projection and the flag to indicate that the images need to be flipped top to bottom.

Processor->Display Multispectral Image

The palette for one-channel thematic type displays for new images will default to that used in the previous image display window as long as the image files have similar characteristics such as number of channels. The min-max selection will also default to that used in the most recent image display window.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

The algebraic transformation algorithm in the Reformat Transform Parameters dialog box will default to that which was used last as long as the number of channels in the active image file are the same as those in the image file used previously.

Processor->Reformat->Rectify

A resampling option called "majority' was added for reprojecting an image to be the same as that for another image. This new resampling option can be used for thematic type images. This feature is usefull, for example, when one has an image at 30 meter spatial resolution and one wants to reproject the image to a spatial resolution of 1000 meters with the thematic value assigned to this new 1000 meter pixel to represent the thematic value of the majority of the 30 meter pixels within that 1000 meter pixel.

NOTE: Be aware that no correction is used for shifts from one datum to another during the reprojection process. Sometimes this is not a problem but other times it can be. I am checking into how best to implement corrections for datum shifts.

General

Memory leak errors were corrected in the grib and hdf5 gdal libraries.

 

2012.5.19 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

General

The gdal library was updated from version 1.7.3 to 1.9.0.

File – Open Image

The gdal libraries are now used to handle Imagine formatted images. Therefore MultiSpec can now handle compressed Imagine images.

MultiSpec can now handle the hdf5 format. This has been tested with GOSAT and VIIRS images. MultiSpec will also handle BAG (Bathymetry Attributed Grid) images. MultiSpec will interpret the metadata in the GOSAT images to set the map projection. One selects the dataset to be used from a popup menu in the file format specification dialog box like is done for files in hdf4 and netcdf format. The datasets are automatically grouped if they are in order, have similar dataset names (first 4 characters) and the same line/column/data type specs. One can also use the Processor->Utilities->List Image Description to get a listing of the metadata in the hdf5 files. Let me know if you run into problems handling hdf5 images; I am sure there are many variations. The hdf5 library version being used is 1.8.8. The gdal library is used as the interface between the hdf5 library and MultiSpec.

One item to note is that adding the hdf5 feature into MultiSpec increased the size of the application by more than 60%.

MultiSpec will also now handle the BigTIFF/BigGeoTIFF image data formats. This format is for files larger than 4 gigabytes. Note though that MultiSpec will not write out files in this format.

Edit->Image Map Parameters

Additional changes were made in the "Set Map Coordinate Specifications" dialog box. An option was added to define the reference coordinate system by the EPSG number. Several thousand reference systems have EPSG codes. When one sets the EPSG number, the parameters for the reference system are shown but they are not editable. As before, if one changes the reference system menu to User Defined, one can change the parameters. To make this all work, it is important to keep the epsg_csv folder with the MultiSpec application on Windows systems. This folder is part of the MultiSpec application package on Macintosh systems so if one moves the application, this folder (not seen) goes with it automatically.

The US Survey Feet units are now being handled consistantly.

Windows Version

Image Window

The image will now fill the initial image window. The image was being displayed at one zoom level smaller than it could have been ever since the coordinate bar was being displayed on the initial display if map coordinate information existed.

NOTE: This version will now read the images being generated for the 2011-2013 ortho flights over Indiana and handle the map projection information correctly. The elevation data is in compressed Imagine formatted files. The ortho data is in geotiff and ecw files in the NAD83/State Plane - US Survey Feet projection.

 

2012.3.30 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

More changes were made so that more data sets in netcdf files would be handled correctly. In particular so that images would not be displayed upside down. An option was also added to the "Set Multispectral File Format Specifications" dialog box (Edit->Image Description...) to allow one to treat lines as being stored bottom to top in the image file for those cases when MultiSpec is not able to determine automatically if the data is stored bottom to top in the file.

MultiSpec will now handle jpeg formatted images.

MultiSpec will now determine the image orientation angle from Transformation tags in geotiff formatted files. (Also see note under Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format.) This is useful for handling geotiff formatted ASTER image files.

I have done some work getting MultiSpec to handle hdf5 files. This is going to take more work before it is ready.

Edit->Image Map Parameters

Several changes were made in the "Set Map Coordinate Specifications" dialog box. In prior versions the Projection menu included both projections and reference systems like UTM. The Projection menu has been split into two menus. One is for reference systems like UTM - WGS84 or State Plane - NAD83. And the other is for projections (only). When one sets the reference system, then the parameters for the reference system are shown but they are not editable. If one changes the reference system menu to User Defined, one can change the parameters. MultiSpec will also be able handle a much broader range of the many state plane reference systems. Let me know if you feel that I have any of the settings wrong with this set up. Also note that even though this setup allows for a broader range of reference systems, it does not include all possible. Let me know if there is one that you use a lot that you would like to see added. To make this all work, it is important to keep the epsg_csv folder with the MultiSpec application on Windows systems. This folder is part of the MultiSpec application package on Macintosh systems so if one moves the application, this folder (not seen) goes with it automatically.

Processor->Cluster

Some changes were made in the default settings for critical distances for the Single Pass cluster and the threshold value for cluster classification to work better with images having 1200 or more channels. Also a message is presented to the user for these cases indicating that the text in the text window will be truncated after the first 2000 characters; one can write all of the information to a disk file.

Processor->Reformat->Change Image File Format

MultiSpec will now write out the transformation parameters when needed in geotiff formatted output files to represent the image orientation angle. This is helpful for images like ASTER. One can covert ASTER images from hdf format to geotiff format and save the image orientation angle to be read later by other applications. For example, ArcGIS will automatically rotate the image so that north is at the top since the transformation image is available in the geotiff file.

Processor->Classify

The parallel piped classifier (a non parametric classifier) has been added as an option. This is a simple classifier that assigns pixels to given class as long as the pixel is within some defined limits for each of the channels. This is described as a box. The default limit is plus/minus 2 standard deviations around the mean for each channel. If one holds the (option key down for Macintosh version or shift key down for Windows version) when one selects the Parallel Piped classifier option, the minimum and maximum values in the training statistics will be use. I will clean this up in later version so that a dialog box will be presented for additional distance designation options. Let me know if you have suggestions for this classifier. It is useful more as training than for a robust classifier for a broad range of cases.

Some students raised the question about how MultiSpec handles cases during classification when the minimum distance for a pixel to the closest class is actually the same for more than one class. MultiSpec uses the first class with that distance. In other words the algorithm is such that the distance has to be less than the previous closest distance for the closest class to change. A count for these situations has been added to the classification output for MultiSpec. The count is for total number of equal class distances so that one can see how often this happens; it is currently not broken down by class. This did not happen for my test classifications unless I actually had two classes which were identical. One can do some experiments to see under what situations this happens. This does happen frequently with the parallel piped classifer; in this case the "equal class distances" represents the number of times a pixel can be assigned to more than one class.

Macintosh Version

Text Window

There is a problem with how the Macintosh library handles tabs in the text output window. The text in the window is not displayed if the line contains more than 15-20 tabs. This appears to be a known problem with this particular routine but it will not updated since it is now legacy code. It appears I will need to convert MultiSpec from a "Carbon" application to a "Cocoa" application to resolve this problem. Note that one can still copy the text window to an excel spreadsheet or save to a disk file and get all of the information even though it is not displayed.

 

2012.2.20 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

The gdal library is now used to handle tiff/geotiff image files rather than my own implimentation of the tiff/geotiff format. This allows MultiSpec to now handle the tiled variations that it could not do in previous versions and also handle tiff/geotiff files with compressed data. This was a large change; let me know if you find tiff/geotiff files that are now handled differently.

MultiSpec now handles more of the data sets in the netcdf files that I have recently been working with. Not sure if others have been limited by this or not.

MultiSpec now handles the Lambert Conformal Conic projection. In other words, it can translate between pixel location, Lambert Conformal Conic map location and Latitude/Longitude.

Edit->Image Map Parameters

The Geocentric Datum of Australia was added as an option for the Datum popup menu.

Processor->Display Multispectral Image

HRLDAS model output images in netCDF format are displayed correctly for north being up. By default these images are displayed with south at the top. Not sure if all cases will be caught though. This feature requires that HRLDAS be a part of the netCDF metadata information.

Processor->Cluster Image

A change was made in how the initial clusters were computed to take into account the situations were the min and max values of the data were very far from the bulk of the data. Sometimes these min/max values are actually nodata values. There were situations where one would end up with just two clusters ... the min/max data value and a single class for all of the other data. This was because all of the other clusters were initialized to be along the eigenvector between the min/max value and the rest of the data. The min/max values are not used for initializing the cluster centers if they are significantly far aware from the next largest value.

Processor->Reformat->Rectify Image

A problem was fix for case when images were rotated + or - 90 degrees. Additional lines or columns were being added.

Other items

The text window is now displayed initially in the upper right portion of the display for Mac OS X version or the upper right of the application window for Windows version. This was done so that it would not always be beneath the image window. Let me know if others have other suggestions on how to handle this.

Menu quick keys were added for Edit->Change Image Description, Edit->Image Map Parameters, Window->Show/Hide Coordinate View, Window->New Selection View, Window->Text Output and Window->Project.

If one holds the shift key down while selecting Processor->Utilities->List Image Description for hdf & netcdf formatted images with multiple data sets, the metadata for all data sets in the image will be listed rather than just the selected data set being displayed. Note that this can generate a lot of text.

The maximum number of lines and columns have been changed to 300,000. This does not mean one can load in an image that is 300,000 lines by 300,000 columns. This does allow for those cases when one has a very long vector of data that is 1 column by more than 200,000 lines or vice versa 1 line by more than 300,000 columns.

Macintosh Version

Processor->Open Image

A problem was fixed which caused netcdf files on machines with power pc processors to not be read correctly.

 

2011.12.19 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

File – Open Image

MultiSpec now handles the Polar Stereographic projection.

MultiSpec now reads the GML header projection information in JPEG 2000 files. The test for this has been with simulated French PLEIADES data. This spacecraft was launched this past week. Note that for this feature to work properly in the Windows version, I had to break with my goal to have everything built into application file so that one just needs to keep track of one application file. One needs to keep the folder named epsg_csv with the MultiSpec application; i.e. in the same folder where MultiSpec is at. I am using the GDAL routines to handle the GML header information; the information is read from the files in this folder. From what I know now, I would have to recode several GDAL routines to read the info if the files are included as resources in the Windows application exe file. The eps_csv folder is part of the Macintosh MultiSpec application package so when the Macintosh version of MultiSpec is moved these files are automatically moved with it.

A problem was fixed which caused the LARSYS MIST formatted image files to not be read correctly by Intel processor machines.

Processor->Display Multispectral Image and Thematic Image

The coordinate view will be displayed and default to Lat-Long units when an image window is first opened if MultiSpec can handle the projection information that is available in the image file. This was done as a time saving feature; at least it has helped me out!

Processor->Display Multispectral Image

A problem was fixed so that 32-bit integer image files which contained just a few data values and one very large data value would be displayed correctly in 1-channel mode. Before this version, the lower data values (such as 0 and 1) were always being displayed as one color.

Macintosh Version

Processor->Classify

A problem was fixed which caused the image window to have noise in the image overlays when that option was selected for training and/or test fields.

Windows Version

Better looking application icon

A higher resolution MultiSpec application icon was created to take advantage of the better graphics in Windows XP/Vista/7.

Default Application Mainframe Window

The default MultiSpec main frame window was limited to be no more than a 6/4 ratio with the window height. This keeps the main frame window from taking up the entire width of wide screen monitors. One can alway make the main frame window wider if needed. Let me know though if you do not like the new default.

 

2011.9.2 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions

MultiSpec Documentation Update

The information in Appendix C titled Transformation File Format was updated.

File->Load Transformation Matrix

I found there were lots of problems reading the transformation files that had been saved back into MultiSpec. These problems have been fixed. Also the Windows version can read transformation files created by the Macintosh version and vice versa.

Processor->Display Multispectral Image

A problem was fixed in the image enhancement operation which caused some images represented by real numbers to not be displayed very well. In these cases the image displayed was almost black.

Processor->Utilities->List Image Description

A problem was fixed which caused an end of file error when listing the text information in some GeoTIFF files.

Macintosh Version

Processor->Utilities menu item

Problem was fixed which caused the Processor->Utilities menu items to only be selected with the command keys and not the mouse cursor.

2011.7.28 Version

Macintosh and Windows Versions
New MultiSpec Documentation

A new MultiSpec Introduction document was made available on the MultiSpec web. The new version reflects the capabilities in this version of MultiSpec.

File – Open Image

MultiSpec can now handle ecw (enhanced compression wavelet), GRIB (Gridded Binary). MultiSpec uses the GDAL and ERDAS/ER Mapper libraries to handle these data types. This addition has increased the size of the MultiSpec application significantly. GRIB was added to handle the evapotranspiration data sets at: http://mirador.gsfc.nasa.gov/ … GLDAS data. MultiSpec now uses the GDAL library to read the ArcView (.bil/.bsq/.bip) images and therefore will automatically access the projection information in an associated .prj file and the color table stored in associated .clr files.

Changes have been made so that MultiSpec can obtain the projection information from more of the EASE-Grid formatted hdf product files.

Processor – Display Multispectral Image

A problem was fixed which sometimes caused MultiSpec to crash when using the User Defined Min/Max dialog box.

Processor – Display Thematic Image

One can now use the ArcView type .clr files to define the colors, class names, information group assignments, group names and colors. These are text files which can be easily edited. These files, if present, will override any other class name and/or color assignments such as the ERDAS .trl file. MultiSpec will write this style of file to disk if the base image is not in ERDAS *.gis format when one uses the File->Save Thematic Class/Group Info menu commands. One can also read these files in using the File->Open Thematic Class/Group Info commands.
The limitation which forced thematic palettes to always contain white and black has been removed.

 Processor->Reformat->Convert ENVI ASCII ROI to Thematic Image

A bug was fixed which caused MultiSpec to crash when doing this operation.

This utility reformat function has been made available in the Windows version. The function can now handle two different styles of ENVI ROI text files. Only a few files though have been tested.

 Processor->Cluster

A programming error was fixed which caused the results from the single-pass algorithm to differ some between the Macintosh and Windows versions. Absolute values were not being handled the same. The fix actually means that the results for both versions now differ slightly from previous versions.

Processor->Utilities->List Image Description

The information for the text tags in TIFF/GEOTIFF files are included in the listing for the image description.

Other

Programming was fixed which sometimes caused MultiSpec to crash with certain combinations of reading and deleting shape files.

Macintosh Version

File->Print Image

The Macintosh OSX version now prints the legends in color.

Project Statistics

Error was fixed so that the modified statistics would be read in correctly on Intel Macintosh machines.

Windows Version

Processor->List Results

Error was fixed which caused the group summary accuracy to be incorrect.

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