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roymeo
2012-May-07, 09:29 PM
I've think I've noticed a correlation between images which have all sorts of bad Machine selected craters and that the indicated light source direction is wrong.

Here's an example, I just had another one much like it and decided not to post it, but when I hit another I had to post it.

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The light here is indicated as being from the left bottom, but the source is really the upper left side. Not a single crater marked there is legit. So I wonder if the lighting is just wrong but not affecting the algorithm, the lighting is wrong and feeding into the algorithm causing problems, or some other problem such as the image isn't really for that set of data, etc.

I've been removing all of the bad blues and selecting the craters anyway.

astrostu
2012-May-08, 06:49 AM
Hi roymeo - it looks like this may be a mismatch between the automated crater database and the image postage stamp rather than bad lighting. In the future, please use the "Click to open image in new window" below the "Done Working" button and post the URL of that image. That way I can track down which master image might be at issue.

roymeo
2012-May-15, 05:49 AM
I was hitting them all the time before, haven't since I posted. I assume either you found it, or just "bad" luck.

I'd considered maybe the underlying image was wrong but made a lot of assumptions about what I was seeing and decided it must be the the light source that was wrong, not the image. oops.