April 2017

Tableau Public and Earth Observation

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Tableau Public is a free service that lets anyone publish interactive data visualizations to the web. Visualizations that have been published to Tableau Public (“vizzes”) can be embedded into webpages and blogs, they can be shared via social media or email, and they can be made available for download to other users. Tableau Public is… Read More »Tableau Public and Earth Observation

Sat Colours

I’ve been thinking about how colour could be displayed for a Satellite Image. The Earth is beautiful. In some software, in the legend, a Satellite image is displayed as below Image from http://webhelp.esri.com/arcgisexplorer/2500/en/legend_window.htm It does contain some useful information, ie what band is being displayed Red, Green and Blue, but it tells us very little… Read More »Sat Colours

The cloudiest place

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Have you ever wondered what part of the planet is the most cloud free, or perhaps the most cloudy? It is recognised that the biggest impact on optical Remote Sensing is cloud; even if we can acquire an image everyday, we still cannot do much with it if is full of clouds. With the free… Read More »The cloudiest place

Earth Observation Q1 review

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So many things happen over the space (no pun intended) of a year, I want – if only for my own reflection – to try and collate this information quarterly. It will be interesting at the end of the 2017 to see the pace that the Earth Observation community is moving. I reflected on progress… Read More »Earth Observation Q1 review