Ag-Analytics ArcGIS Pro Add-In
Integrating your precision ag account
Creating an Ag-Analytics account
Using the "Manage Data" tool to bring in field boundaries and precision operations
Manually importing precision ag "ADAPT" files
Raw precision ag files from Climate FieldView and CNH are called ADAPT files. These files can be uploaded and automatically processed by the Ag-Analytics Add-In.
3. Change the source type to either Climate or CNH, depending on which precision ag service the file came from
5. Select the operation type associated with the file
Installing the Add-In
Creating a profit map using the ProfitLayer tool
Using the HLS tool to display satellite imagery
2. Select an area of interest that you would like to populate with satellite data. This can be a shapefile or raster layer, and will act as a cookie cutter for the satellite imagery.
3. Select which band or index you would like to display. These include visible bands such as RGB, nonvisible bands like infrared, or even indicies such as NDVI (which shows crop health). Read more about these options here
5. Select the "Cloud Filter" option if you would like to filter out cloud coverage from the imagery
6. If mosaic by week is selected, the result raster will be the mosaic of all the tiles in a particular week for a given satellite
7. Choose a start and end date for the imagery. Data goes back to 2013.
9. Select your desired resolution for the imagery. Common units include decimal degrees and meters. To ensure that your units are correct, check the spatial reference of your area of interest by right clicking on it in the contents pane and selecting "Properties" -> "Source." HLS goes down to 1 meter resolution and .00001 decimal degrees.
11. Select a download location and press submit to run the HLS tool
Using the DEM Service tool to display elevation data
3. Topographic Position Index: Shows the elevation extremes - points of maximum and minimum elevation where water might pool or run off
4. Terrain Ruggedness Index: Shows how rough a given area is in terms of local hilliness and steepness of gradients
Creating data in ProfitLayers and importing it into ArcGIS Pro
ProfitLayers contains a variety of zone creation tools, which allow for users to manually create operation layers. These layers can then be seamlessly loaded into ArcGIS Pro using the "Manage Data" tool within the Ag-Analytics toolbar.