(Or, as some might call it, the Art of Spatial Prioritization)
One of the exciting aspects of doing spatial prioritization analyses is that you get to work with beautiful color maps. A lot.
But sometimes the resulting patters are slightly more interesting than expected. It’s hard to describe the feeling when your large analysis, that has taken weeks to prepare and hours (or even days) to run, finally finishes and you open the output map to find… well, something like the stuff below. Welcome to my gallery of Unintentional Spatial Prioritization Art:
Goldfish? Flying Spaghetti Monster?
Hmmm, looks like my study area has chicken pox.
Not sure but I might have missed a comma.