Dear Rakesh,
Have you succeeded of same operation with testing dataset?
If answer is “yes”, it looks like, your DEM (probably) has no readable projection.
Output of Minkowski fractal dimension coverage requires it.
Please, try Georeferenced DEM data (for instance from glcf.umd.edu) as an alternative. Mind the necessity of edge detection before.
Keep in touch.
Regards.
P.S. your Geotiff should be opened as Geotiff, not the picture. Thanks for your feedback.

we have downloaded your matlab tool for lineament extraction.

We did a very quick test with a high resolution DEM but we only manage to extract short lines and they are not what we would map by eye on the DEM. For sure we need to adjust the parameters.

I have seen that you have an article related to the LEFA tool but…I only find a russian version. Do you have somewhere an explanation in English?

Yeah, there is an English guide reference on this website. In the sample folder you may find both SRTM data and corresponding ESRI shape output. So, you can adjust image preprocessing, filters and parameters of extraction for relevant output. I hope, it will help.

I congratulate you, for your work, your tool makes interpretation much easier, I have used the two versions pylefa and lefa for matlab. In the first one , it is a little more delayed but does not generate inconveniences. on the other hand, in the version of matlab, I always get this error:

Error in matlab.graphics.internal.figfile.FigFile/read>@(hObject,eventdata)Linear_structures(‘pushbutton25_Callback’,hObject,eventdata,guidata(hObject))

Error while evaluating UIControl Callback

I have used matlab 2020 and 2017, the images have been SRTM, landsat and palsar in projected system utm wgs 84 not in GCS geographic system. Similarly, when I using your sample files, the software also get the same error message discussed above. I have windows 11

I would very much appreciate your valuable feedback

Dear Ivan,
Please, admit my regrets for that inconvenience. Unfortunately, I do not support LEFA for Matlab version starting 2013a for Windows 7. That’s because my institution does not get campus license anymore. I could only recommend for you to roll back towards version 2013.
Do you get any error in pyLEFA?

Thank you very much for your reply. I will take into account the Matlab version.

In pyLefa, I’ve really had no problems, it’s a bit slower, for obvious reasons, but it works!. The identification of lineaments does differ according to the range of the images that are input (in height) but in short, you have developed a spectacular tool. Again I send you my sincere congratulations for your effort. Great job.

At pyLEFA, I have had no problems, really, you have done a great job developing an interesting tool.
The identification of the lineaments depends a lot on the height that the image is considered. but in general it is a very good tool for approximation and identification

Dear Sergei,

I am using LEFA for the my research work and following error is observed while running the fractal dimension Go command…

Reference to non-existent field ‘CoordinateSystemType’.

Error in Linear_structures>pushbutton17_Callback (line 1205)

switch Reference.CoordinateSystemType

Error in gui_mainfcn (line 96)

feval(varargin{:});

Error in Linear_structures (line 46)

gui_mainfcn(gui_State, varargin{:});

Error in

@(hObject,eventdata)Linear_structures(‘pushbutton17_Callback’,hObject,eventdata,guidata(hObject))

Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback

I a using MATLAB 2017a version and what should be the Projection of the DEM.

Please let me know if any issue from my side.

Thanks and Regards

Cheers

Rakesh

Dear Rakesh,

Have you succeeded of same operation with testing dataset?

If answer is “yes”, it looks like, your DEM (probably) has no readable projection.

Output of Minkowski fractal dimension coverage requires it.

Please, try Georeferenced DEM data (for instance from glcf.umd.edu) as an alternative. Mind the necessity of edge detection before.

Keep in touch.

Regards.

P.S. your Geotiff should be opened as Geotiff, not the picture. Thanks for your feedback.

Hello Sergei,

we have downloaded your matlab tool for lineament extraction.

We did a very quick test with a high resolution DEM but we only manage to extract short lines and they are not what we would map by eye on the DEM. For sure we need to adjust the parameters.

I have seen that you have an article related to the LEFA tool but…I only find a russian version. Do you have somewhere an explanation in English?

Thanks,

Benedetta

Yeah, there is an English guide reference on this website. In the sample folder you may find both SRTM data and corresponding ESRI shape output. So, you can adjust image preprocessing, filters and parameters of extraction for relevant output. I hope, it will help.

Dear Dr Shevyrev

I congratulate you, for your work, your tool makes interpretation much easier, I have used the two versions pylefa and lefa for matlab. In the first one , it is a little more delayed but does not generate inconveniences. on the other hand, in the version of matlab, I always get this error:

Error in matlab.graphics.internal.figfile.FigFile/read>@(hObject,eventdata)Linear_structures(‘pushbutton25_Callback’,hObject,eventdata,guidata(hObject))

Error while evaluating UIControl Callback

I have used matlab 2020 and 2017, the images have been SRTM, landsat and palsar in projected system utm wgs 84 not in GCS geographic system. Similarly, when I using your sample files, the software also get the same error message discussed above. I have windows 11

I would very much appreciate your valuable feedback

Greetings from Ecuador – South America

Ivan Villarreal

Dear Ivan,

Please, admit my regrets for that inconvenience. Unfortunately, I do not support LEFA for Matlab version starting 2013a for Windows 7. That’s because my institution does not get campus license anymore. I could only recommend for you to roll back towards version 2013.

Do you get any error in pyLEFA?

Sergei

Thank you very much for your reply. I will take into account the Matlab version.

In pyLefa, I’ve really had no problems, it’s a bit slower, for obvious reasons, but it works!. The identification of lineaments does differ according to the range of the images that are input (in height) but in short, you have developed a spectacular tool. Again I send you my sincere congratulations for your effort. Great job.

Best regards

Ivan Villarreal

Thank you so much.

Dear Sergei

At pyLEFA, I have had no problems, really, you have done a great job developing an interesting tool.

The identification of the lineaments depends a lot on the height that the image is considered. but in general it is a very good tool for approximation and identification

Congratulations

Best regards

Ivan Villarreal