I am new to GEE and now I need to filter and sort a sentinel 2 data collection by cloud coverage. Basically, I need the Ecuador tile with "T17MNT" in its id in image properties. I figure out the workflow should be something like the following, but I still have issues with the Filter.
- How do I use a wildcard in gee?
There are lots of images but I just want those that have "T17MNT" in "PRODUCT_ID". T17MNT stands for the granule identifier in Eduador. EE asset ids for Sentinel-2 L2 assets have the following format: COPERNICUS/S2_SR/20151128T002653_20151128T102149_T56MNN. The final 6-character string is a unique granule identifier. But other digits are dates and times and I don't want them in my filter. I assume the wildcard is something like "?T17MNT?".
- This is the link to the sentinel 2 dataset. See "image properties" tab. "PRODUCT_ID" might not be the correct field that contains the long name described above. but please ignore that for now, or let me know the correct one.
This is the error I receive.
ImageCollection (Error) Filter.inList: Cannot filter using 'ListContains' with 'T17MNT' as a left operand.
This is the code I am using.
var dataset = ee.ImageCollection('COPERNICUS/S2_SR') .filterDate('2020-05-23', '2020-10-25') .filter(ee.Filter.lte('CLOUDY_PIXEL_PERCENTAGE', 16)) .filter(ee.Filter.inList('PRODUCT_ID', 'T17MNT')) .sort('CLOUDY_PIXEL_PERCENTAGE', false)