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Michael Meyer 9h
Missing summer conferences? Interested in ? Register for β€œVirtual Summit: Incorporating & in ” Its free & will run 23-24 July 13:00-16:00 EDT 1/n
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Justin Braaten Jun 30
Did you know you can import Cloud Optimized GeoTIFFs directly into scripts - no need to upload as EE asset. πŸ—ΊοΈβš™οΈπŸ’» ee.Image.loadGeoTIFF(uri)
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 5
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 3
Slides and code for my presentation at a webinar yesterday - surface water using the package slides: notebook:
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 6
tutorial #24: How to publish interactive maps within Jupyter notebook using only one line of code? You can share the map with anyone, embed it in a social media post or website.
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Matthew Hethcoat ✊🏻✊🏽✊🏿 Jul 1
Paper accepted! 🍻 Stay tuned if you are interested in detecting and mapping selective logging from space. We upscale (spatial and temporal) the proof-of-concept methodology outlined here to map logging over ~20 yrs πŸŒ³πŸŒ΄πŸ›°οΈ
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 2
The geemap package now supports loading local raster datasets (e.g., ), in addition to data layers, XYZ and WMS tiled layers.
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Danica SchafferSmith Jul 6
Finally converting some scripts from to Jupyter notebooks and the most common problem I've encountered is carriage return formatting--simple but pretty annoying to fix. Twitter hive mind, what are other key pitfalls/tips for conversion?
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Charlotte Smith 14h
Venturing into the realm of the Google Earth Engine Python API for the first time. Suggestions for tutorials would be appreciated!
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Kai Hu Jul 3
Geological Map of California (lithology) on ! I truly missed my field site there, map-making makes me feel closer... I am working on putting the faults and structures on the map, watch out for the updates!
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Pedro_forestsensor πŸ›°οΈπŸŒπŸŒ³ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¦ 3h
Following the from , I'll start a is this?πŸ€”πŸ›°οΈπŸŒŽNo prize involved. Just the prestige of being a πŸ˜‰. L-band PALSAR/PALSAR-2 RGB annual mosaics made in .
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Qiusheng Wu 13h
tutorial #25: How to add local rater datasets (e.g., ) to the map so that you can visualize local rasters with Earth Engine data?
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Justin Braaten Jul 6
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 6
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Kai Hu Jul 6
Replying to @geohuk
Update: Onshore/offshore faults, geological contacts, anticline/synclines have been added to the map on . Idaho, my good friend put in a request for, is my next target. However, I will take a short break before I put my hands on that. Enjoy!
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 5
Replying to @giswqs
Once you build the map, you only need one line of code to publish the map. Something similar to the JavaScript-based Earth Engine Apps. Map.publish(name, headline, visibility)
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Pedro_forestsensor πŸ›°οΈπŸŒπŸŒ³ πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¦ Jul 3
Don't you love making RGB visualisations with imagery? These are L-band PALSAR/PALSAR-2 annual mosaics over the Congo river. Made in .
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Qiusheng Wu Jul 6
I have figured it out. Fully functional ipyleaflet and ipywidgets with . So NICE!!πŸ‘πŸ‘
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ARLES TABOADA 5h
Aprende a cargar un shape y filtrarlo por sus propiedades usando y
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#RobertFoertsch 14h
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