Plant Count & Size: Guide

How to request Plant Count and Size Analysis

The Agremo WebApp now includes a comprehensive Plant Count, Size, and Health analysis feature. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for accessing these features and utilizing them to gain valuable insights into your fields.

Requesting Plant Count and Size Analysis

  • Open Map: Select the project or field from your dashboard to open its map.
  • Select Annotation: Click on the annotation you want to analyze. For multiple annotations, use the multiple selection tool. Selected annotations will turn yellow.
  • Choose Analysis: Click on the “Choose Analysis” field. A drop-down list of available analyses will appear.
  • Select Analysis: Choose “Plant Count and Size Analysis” from the list.
  • Request Analysis: A new modal will appear for requesting the analysis.
    • Enter all necessary data in the modal. All fields are mandatory.

  • Seeding Density:
      • Area Based: Enter the number of plants per hectare.
      • Distance Based: Enter the distance between plants and the distance between rows.
  • Run Analysis: Click the “Run Analysis” button.
  • Success Message: A message will appear: “Success! Your Agremo Analysis is successfully submitted!”

Viewing Analysis Results

  • Notification: When the analysis is complete, you will receive a notification via email and within the app.
  • Open Map: Select the project or field from your dashboard to open its map.
  • Stats Button: Click on the “Stats” button.
  • Choose Analysis Result: Select the analysis result you wish to view. The map with results and the stats side-bar will appear.

Display of Results on the Stats Bar

Plant Count and Size Data: The analysis includes:

  • Number of plants in the field
  • Size of each plant counted
  • Health of each plant counted

Plant Size

  1. Default Tab: The “Size” tab is included by default.
  2. Size Classification: Plants can be classified by diameter (default) or area.
  3. Histogram: The histogram shows three clusters (green, yellow, red):
    • Red: Smallest plants
    • Yellow: Medium-sized plants
    • Green: Largest plants
  4. Interactive Clusters: Click on clusters to toggle visibility on the map and histogram.
  5. Editable Slider: Adjust the slider to define cluster values. Changes are saved per user session.
  6. Plant Count: The total number of counted plants is displayed below the histogram.

Plant Health

  1. Health Tab: Click on the “Health” tab to view the plant health analysis.
  2. Vegetation Indexes: Select from EXG (default), VARI, GLI INDEX, and Visual NDVI.
  3. Histogram: Similar to plant size, the histogram shows three clusters (green, yellow, red) representing different health levels.
  4. Interactive Clusters: Click on clusters to toggle visibility on the map and histogram.
  5. Editable Slider: Adjust the slider to define health thresholds. Changes are saved per user session.
  6. Plant Count: The total number of counted plants is displayed below the histogram.

Display of Results on the Map

  • Plant Representation: Each plant is represented as a circle on the map. The color corresponds to its cluster.
  • Histogram Changes: Any adjustments to the histogram slider will reflect immediately on the map.
  • Size Analysis: Plants are shown with transparent circles indicating their size. Small plants have specific size display rules.
  • Health Analysis: Plants are color-coded without visible VI values or borders.

Using the Compare Tool

  • Requirements: You must have at least two analyses for comparison.
  • Compare Tool: Click the “Compare” button to open the comparison panel.
  • Comparison Options: Choose between comparing Size and Health analyses.
  • Legend: A legend is displayed for both maps at the top of the screen, showing analysis details.

Exporting and Sharing Results

  1. Export Results: Click “Export Results” to generate a PDF report.
  2. PDF Reports: Two types of PDFs are available:
    • Plant Size: Includes input information, pie chart, and table with plant size classifications.
    • Plant Health: Includes plant health details, pie chart, and table with health classifications.
  3. Report Contents: Reports contain all the details set up by the user before requesting the report.

Analysis History and CSV Export

  1. Analysis History: Access the analysis history to view past analyses.
  2. CSV Export: Export the analysis history as a CSV file, including detailed information such as user email, field name, location, crop type, analysis date, and more.

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