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I want to convert the following javascript to python:

var f = final.sample({region: county_j,
    scale: scale,
    projection: 'EPSG:4326',
    numPixels: numPixels});

The problem is how to translate the sample function, my python code is:

f = final.sample({region: county_j,
    scale: scale,
    projection: 'EPSG:4326',
    numPixels: numPixels})

But it faces an error:

ee.ee_exception.EException: Invalid GeoJSON geometry.

Could you tell me how to write the sample function in python?

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I honestly don't know how your shapefile looks like or what columns it has, is it a point, line or polygon but I believe you're reading the shapefile using Geopandas and then trying to use the sample function? If that's the case here's how the Python syntax should look like:

scale = 1000  # define a scale in meters
f = final.sample(county_j, scale)

You can find more information on Python API from this docs.

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  • I find an example at Line 25-26 in github.com/google/earthengine-community/blob/… The python api can be written as javascript api and only add '**' before the {}.
    – wxystudio
    Commented Apr 24, 2023 at 18:49
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    Yes the '**' used at the front is used to unpack the values in a dictionary in Python.
    – Rezwan
    Commented Apr 25, 2023 at 15:17

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