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Hello.I have recently acquired an education and research standards account.I use this wonderful satellite imagery to study conflicts and wars around the world.The best example of this is the data file of Russian military trenches in Ukraine.This data is used in many OSINT maps.I previously created this file based on Sentinel-2 imagery using QGIS and thought the 3 meter resolution would improve the accuracy of the data.I am trying to download satellite imagery from Basemap and use QGIS to create new data. Is there any possibility of violating the terms and conditions?I have used translations and read the terms and conditions that might apply, but I do not see any such thing.I have included the actual data and images of the work made using sentinel satellite imagery.I would appreciate it if you could answer my question.
Hello there!I'm currently in the process of learning how to utilize the Command Line Interface (CLI) for downloading Planet products.I've successfully managed to download images that pique my interest. However, I've encountered an issue where none of these images fully cover the area of interest (AOI) that I'm working with. Below are the commands I've been using:planet data filter --geom "map (1).geojson" --permission --std-quality | planet data search-create PSScene --name "my_search" --filter -planet data search-run 74abd968151f440b9541e077e1178e00 --limit 2planet data asset-activate PSScene 20230803_094757_15_248f ortho_analytic_8b_srplanet data asset-wait PSScene 20230803_094757_15_248f ortho_analytic_8b_sr && planet data asset-download PSScene 20230803_094757_15_248f ortho_analytic_8b_sr Do you know how can I ensure that my images are completely within my AOI?
Regarding the issue with our trial access, I have a question. While testing the capabilities of the Data API, it seems that there was some confusion between the 'GeometryFilter' and the 'Clip' tool in the Subscription API. We mistakenly believed that the 'GeometryFilter' would act as a clip and only provide us with the area of interest within the filter coordinates. However, it appears that it directed us to download an entire Planet Scope scene instead.Could anyone please provide clarification or guidance on how we can address this issue?"
I am the student doing bachelor's in computer science. I have some coordinates and I want to get the RGB 3m satellite images of 240 by 240 meters area around those coordinates of the particular. I want to automate this process using python, but I cannot figure out how to do so since I am finding hard time to understand API. Can anyone help me do so?
Hi Planet! Is there someone that could help me order nitfs as referencedhere: https://developers.planet.com/apis/orders/product-bundles-reference/Using coordinates to define a bounding box, I’d like to order nitfs via curl, but I’ve not been successful. Specifically, I’d like to order the product bundle “basic_analytic_dn_nitf_udm2” or “basic_analytic_dn_nitf”. Anyone else been successful acquiring nitfs via curl or python?
A few months ago, we let you know about the first beta release of our new Python SDK and CLI. On behalf of the Developer Relations team here at Planet, I’m so excited to announce that this new toolkit is now live and available to all. This new and improved toolkit took the best parts of the original Planet Python library and added a number of great improvements. If you’ve had the opportunity to use the beta tool, you’ll already be familiar with how much easier it makes working with Planet’s APIs in Python: the 2.0 release of our Python SDK abstracts out all the details of interacting with Planet’s APIs, so you can focus on actually using the data and building workflows. We’ve also built a new Command-Line Interface to enable that same easy interaction with Planet APIs – without using code. If you’re already familiar with Planet’s V1 CLI, the new and improved CLI is similar while also allowing you to work in a more modular fashion, enabling a wider array of workflows. Check out the docu
Hi,I was previously using the version 1, waiting for the release of the v2 but the numerous bugs that are rising from 1.4.9 forced me to wire on the more recent release candidates. Prior, using an authenticated client, I was able to request the list of mosaics using the following:import osimport planetclient = planet.api.ClientV1(api_key=os.environ["PL_API_KEY"])mosaics = client.list_mosaics().get()print(mosaics) Is it still possible in V2 ? I searched for a list_mosaics or get_mosaics method but I found nothing.
Hi,I found some black lines (low values ) in the NIR band of 20200224_152346_83_106b_3B_AnalyticMS_SR. Those lines do not appear in RGB bands, so I think they are not natural features.I m not sure how many files have the similar issue. Would you please check as NIR band is very important to our research. best,Haiyan
I’m currently trying to download images using the planet api for item_type “PSScene” and product_bundle “basic_analytic_4b”, but I’m getting the error of “Bad bundle type: 'basic_analytic_4b'”. I already migrated over from PSScene3b but it doesn’t seem to have worked.Is there a new bundle type for the PSScene?Thanks!
Hi. I’ve noticed that in some images (3/3 so far), the udm layer has some shifts across scenes for one same tile/overpass. This complicates the application of cloud masks. Is is something you are aware of? or is it rare and I was just unlucky? 5626519_3264221_2022-05-09_241c_udm25625958_3263610_2022-05-08_241c_udm25626519_3264220_2022-05-09_241c_udm2
Looking for a mapping library to use with React? We’ve released `@planet/maps`. It wraps OpenLayers classes in declarative React components, making it easy to integrate mapping functionality into your existing apps. https://planetlabs.github.io/maps/ For more developers updates follow Developers at Planet on Twitter!
I’m currently a PhD student using Planet imagery for some of my projects. I have written some Python imagery download scripts to help gather imagery for my research via https://api.planet.com/data/v1 and am wondering if it is possible to access the clip tool for surface reflectance (_sr) assets through the educational access. This would be great because it would save a lot of storage space and let me not worry about exceeding my monthly quota. Any info is appreciated. Thanks!Phillip
We are pleased to announce the first beta release of the Planet SDK for Python V2. It’s got a number of great improvements. With this version, we’re abstracting out all the details of interacting with Planet’s APIs, so you can focus on using the data instead of coding another REST API. It handles errors, retries, exponential back-off, and traffic-shaping, all in async interfaces. Request as much data as you want, with the confidence that it’s coming to you as fast as it can.And for those who aren’t Python programmers, we’ve also built a new Command-Line Interface to enable easy interaction with Planet APIs. It is similar to V1, but built in a more modular fashion to enable a wider array of workflows. The documentation walks you through how it works, even if you have little or no CLI experience.Both the SDK and the CLI support the Orders, Data, and Subscriptions APIs. We’re already building out support for the next APIs based on your feedback. To get started, install it from pip with ‘p
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