Adding scene import for ARIA standard products #7

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opened 3 years ago by dbekaert · 5 comments
dbekaert commented 3 years ago

Dear developers,

Could you advice or help with the development of a scene import from the ARIA standard product?

The JPL ARIA project has been generating a standard InSAR displacement products (https://aria.jpl.nasa.gov/node/97), which are available for free and open download to the community using ARIA-products page (http://aria-products.jpl.nasa.gov/) and the ASF vertex page (https://search.asf.alaska.edu/#/) under beta-products. An online git repository has been developed for manipulating the products (https://github.com/aria-tools/ARIA-tools).

The products are netcdf 4 and have data in group folders. Contributions have been made to GDAL to handle netcdf and groups. The products are compatible with GDAL=>3.0. Layers such as unwrapped phase, incidence, and azimuth angle can be extracted easily using the ARIA-tools repository including stitching if needed.

Dear developers, Could you advice or help with the development of a scene import from the ARIA standard product? The JPL ARIA project has been generating a standard InSAR displacement products (https://aria.jpl.nasa.gov/node/97), which are available for free and open download to the community using ARIA-products page (http://aria-products.jpl.nasa.gov/) and the ASF vertex page (https://search.asf.alaska.edu/#/) under beta-products. An online git repository has been developed for manipulating the products (https://github.com/aria-tools/ARIA-tools). The products are netcdf 4 and have data in group folders. Contributions have been made to GDAL to handle netcdf and groups. The products are compatible with GDAL=>3.0. Layers such as unwrapped phase, incidence, and azimuth angle can be extracted easily using the ARIA-tools repository including stitching if needed.
Collaborator

Hi David,

we would be glad to write an import class for ARIA. The easiest way would be if you could provide us some example scripts/ dataset to fiddle with.

Cheers!
Hannes

Hi David, we would be glad to write an import class for ARIA. The easiest way would be if you could provide us some example scripts/ dataset to fiddle with. Cheers! Hannes
Poster

Thats great. Sure that should not be a problem. Probably the best would be to add a generic GDAL reader. ARIA products are fully compatible with GDAL, i.e. have no-data values, projection and transformation included.

I should be able to provide you with an example some time this week, once we have completed the UNAVCO short-course at JPL. Stay tuned.

Thats great. Sure that should not be a problem. Probably the best would be to add a generic GDAL reader. ARIA products are fully compatible with GDAL, i.e. have no-data values, projection and transformation included. I should be able to provide you with an example some time this week, once we have completed the UNAVCO short-course at JPL. Stay tuned.
Owner

Hi David,

sounds like a good plan! Looking forward to incorporate the ARIA product
import.

Kite development is still coordinated at GitHub (https://github.com/pyrocko/kite), guess we will move the repo here in September.

Best,
Marius

Hi David, sounds like a good plan! Looking forward to incorporate the ARIA product import. Kite development is still coordinated at GitHub (https://github.com/pyrocko/kite), guess we will move the repo here in September. Best, Marius
Poster

Sure, will post it on the github page and send over some sample product with output from ARIA-tools.

Sure, will post it on the github page and send over some sample product with output from ARIA-tools.
Collaborator

Feature merged in Kite https://github.com/pyrocko/kite

Feature merged in Kite https://github.com/pyrocko/kite
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