In Google Earth Engine I can clip the image using a shape drawn on the map canvas or by supplying a vector through Fusion table. This basically take the form.
var boundary = ee.FeatureCollection('ft:1W78nK9f3rkXBG3iuDdBidFHVGVnzvAqh7UEjRbeq');
var cliped = median_L8_2016.clip(boundary);
Suppose I have a vector file upload to Fusion table that contain three polygons and an attribute field called "district" with value as A, B, C for each polygon.
Is there any method in Google Earth Engine to clip the image output into different area and name the output file using the attribute. In this case I my expected output is three images named A, B, C.
The use case for this is plenty, for example, clip the study area into different province and district for further processing.
Currently I finish the image processing in GEE then download the result and do the clipping in FME which is working fine. But having the whole process in GEE would add much advantages to the workflow.