This is GitHub Copilot. I just wanted to test how it performs with ArcPY. It uses ML and the millions of codes to convert comments into codes.
Category: Tips and tricks
Random tricks collection, workarounds or shortcuts for day-to-day geoprocessing tasks
The Geo for Good Summit for 2020 has announced several new features for the Google maps product. This year Google announced the REST API for Google Earth Engine which can be used to develop any custom app in any programming language. The REST API ensures several new features,
- Monitor API Usage in Google Cloud Console – API usage can be monitored in the Google Cloud Console and assets may also be managed in the future with Cloud IAM.
- Cloud IAM for managing asset access – Plan to migrate all Earth Engine ACL enforcement to Cloud IAM. Allows for more sophisticated sharing between users, groups and organizations across individual assets and across an entire project.
- Manage fine grain Earth Engine API usage with Cloud IAM – Individual API endpoints usage can be managed for users with a single Cloud Project.
The presentation gives a demo showing how you can use this inside your custom app. Google also announced Cloud-Optimized GeoTIFF support for Earth Engine. Users can upload their COG to Google Cloud storage and call them using
ee.Image.loadGeoTIFF. Checkout the full presentation here.
Get random colors inside Google Earth Engine
Hello everyone! Getting random colors inside Google Earth Engine can be challenging, especially when you are comparing similar features with events like
onClick. If the colors end up similar then the features are easily indistinguishable. While working on a separate project I realised this problem. There are many ways to do this, in this article I will describe two.
Cyclone Amphan: A quick look with Sentinel-1
On May 20 this year a tropical cyclone called Amphan hit India and Bangladesh. This super cyclone destroyed everything in its way in Southeast India and Bangladesh damaging over US$13 billion surpassing all records in the last decade. In this article we will have a quick look at Sentinel-1 satellite image and see how this damages look.Continue reading