Hi! I would like to know all labels which overlap with any activated
cluster. If I run featquery with a big mask I get only the maximum
activation so I don't know other labels that overlap with the cluster. Have
I understod something wrong?
So if I need to know all the labels I must run featquery many times using
all the different labels as a mask. This generates different output files
for each label, which mean that I will have 100+ featquery folders with as
many reports and only one line of text with each. Is there any way that I
could run featquery separetely for each label and get only one report with
many lines? Or do I have to run it 100 times and write a script which
collects data from reports?