Is is also inside the anticipated error of hypsometer-based height measurements someter-based height measurements [66].[66].Figure 12. Left shows a scatter plot in the automatically measured tree height compared with all the the reference tree height. 12. Left shows a scatter plot of the automatically measured tree height compared with reference tree height. The Figure 12. Left shows a scatter plot of the automatically measured tree height compared with all the reference tree height. The grey shows what an ideal result could be (ybe (y = x). Ideal shows distribution on the height errors. The line line shows what a perfect result would = (y Ideal shows the the distribution in the height errors. greygrey line shows what an ideal result will be x). = x). Proper shows the distribution of your height errors.Remote Sens. 2021, 13, 4677 Remote Sens. 2021, 13, x FOR PEER REVIEW19 of 31 18 of3.three. All Stem Diameter Measurements three.three. All Stem Diameter Measurements Out of a total of 7022 reference diameter measurements, 5141 have been matched to auOut of a total of 7022 reference diameter measurements, 5141 were matched to BMS-986094 custom synthesis autotomatically measured TLS point cloud-based measurements. The mean, median and matically measured TLS point cloud-based measurements. The imply, median and rootroot-mean-squared (RMS/RMSE) diameter errors have been 0.032 m, 0.02 m, and 0.103 m, mean-squared (RMS/RMSE) diameter errors respectively. That is visualised in Figure 13. were 0.032 m, 0.02 m, and 0.103 m, respectively. This can be visualised in Figure 13.Figure 13. Left shows a scatter plot of reference diameters against the remotely sensed and automatically extracted diamFigure 13. Left shows a scatter plot of reference diameters against the remotely sensed and automatically extracted diameter eter measurements. This does contain the measurements which have been not successfully matched amongst reference and measurements. This does notnot include things like the measurements which were not successfully matchedbetween reference and automatic datasets. Right supplies a histogram to visualise the distribution on the BSJ-01-175 MedChemExpress measurement errors. automatic datasets. Appropriate gives a histogram to visualise the distribution with the measurement errors.3.four. Tree and Measurement Detection Completeness three.four. Tree and Measurement Detection Completeness The measurement completeness (the fractions of measurements detected out in the total The measurement completeness (the fractions of in Figure 14. On the left,out with the quantity of reference measurements) are shown measurements detected the comtotal quantity of reference measurements)shown, and on the ideal, the completeness of all pleteness for reference tree detection is are shown in Figure 14. Around the left, the completeness for reference tree detection is shown,tree detection completeness for 32of all diameter diameter measurements is shown. The and on the right, the completeness plots was bemeasurements is shown. a single plot (Plot 38) failing to detectfor 32trees. Out of 49 plots, 30 tween 0.95 and 1.0, with all the tree detection completeness any plots was involving 0.95 and 1.0,trees detected. (Plotmean and median completeness values for tree30 had all trees had all with a single plot The 38) failing to detect any trees. Out of 49 plots, detection had been detected.1. imply and median completeness values for tree detection were 0.91 and 1. 0.91 along with the The measurement detection completeness was anticipated toto be much less than the tree demeasurement detection completeness was expected be significantly less than the tre.