Populated Places 1:10m (Natural Earth) Shapefile
No permission is needed to use Natural Earth. Crediting the authors is
However, if you wish to cite the map ...
I saw a blog post from developmentseed for their command line utility landsat-util.
Power tools for Satellite Imagery
The landsat-util can be forked from github and compiled from source unless your OS offers it in a binary ready to go.
The blog describes it simply as:
a command line utility that makes it easy to search, download, and
process Landsat ...
How about firing up an EC2 or rackspace instance and installing the EarthExplorer bulk download application:
You could hit the EarthExplorer service with a POST request to submit jobs programmatically:
You would need to provide standingRequestName, frequency, ...
I received help from an application developer at JNCC. I will post their answer here to help others.
My problem was that I needed to escape the $ character before value. so the wget command should read (using the apihub, which you could replace with dhus):
wget --no-check-certificate --user=username --password=usrpass "https://scihub.copernicus.eu/apihub/...
While Esri does have some freely available tools, the ArcObjects SDK (.NET or Java) is not one of them. ArcObjects is a licensed product, available from the same distribution mechanism as the rest of the ArcGIS platform.
In general, the procedure for gaining access to Esri software is:
Contact an Esri representative (via web site, US regional office or ...
Now you can also use Overpass API to query and export OSM data by tags like "canal" (and also by area). It is more suitable for small to mid-size selections. There is a easy-to-use user interface called Overpass Turbo, where you can type Overpass API queries and immediately display the selection on map.
Below is an example query that return all ways and ...
You can download and clip a portion of the SRTM 30m DEM with one command with the elevation Python command line tool.
Install it and perform the self check with:
$ pip install elevation
Check if you have all the dependencies installed (mainly GDAL tools):
$ eio selfcheck
Download and clip a portion of the SRTM 30m DEM giving bounding box as WGS84 ...
A good alternative to the official Scihub is the mirrored Sentinel-2 data on Amazon Web Services.
Sentinel-2 on AWS
This has the advantage of better uptime and the products are already saved in their MGRS tiles, which makes downloading a lot faster.
The data is stored in a public bucket with the scheme tiles/[UTM code]/latitude band/square/[year]/[month]/[...
ArcGIS Code Sharing seems to be the site that you are looking for.
It claims to enable you to:
Search, browse, and use code, scripts, models, add-ins, widgets, and more.
There were 48 results when I searched there for Python AddIns just now.
Unfortunately, the Portal for ArcGIS is not available directly to ArcGIS Server 10.1 users. You are supposed to obtain the software/license via your local Esri distributor. In 10.2, however, the Portal for ArcGIS media is included with ArcGIS Server. This means you are able to install the software on your own (i.e., download via Customer Care portal). The ...
In your example you have a root folder containing many numbered folders.
Can you simply:
1) Use python to list the numbered folders:
files = ftp.dir()
2) Match your polygon feature to the correct folder
3) Open the correct directory
4) Use your existing code to download the files.
The Ubuntu/Debian packages for 2.10.0 are already listed at http://qgis.org/debian/dists/vivid/main/binary-amd64/Packages but not yet announced.
Apart from that, you can already compile from source: http://qgis.org/downloads/qgis-2.10.0.tar.bz2
QGIS 2.10.1 is now available for most platforms from https://www.qgis.org/en/site/forusers/...
Use a dedicated FTP client (Filezilla, for example), and not your web browser (your screenshot looks like you're using a browser). Connecting to the FTP server with an actual FTP program will allow you to download the entire folder structure. As everyone points out in the comments, a geodatabase is just a folder with files inside, if you grab the entire .gdb ...
As far as I know, only tiled scenes are distributed since october on the ESA hub, so you will need to download all the tiles. Note that there are several alternative websites to download S2 data with more options. Because you are close to France, you could be lucky to have preprocessed images from CESBIO
I acknowledge in advance that the following links don't provide you with direct access to the full scenes, but I do think that they are useful resources for searching the Sentinel-2 archive. In particular, the Sentinel-2 on AWS portal and it's associated browser provides you with an efficient viewer.
In addition, the above portal, provides you with a ...
You can use the saveAs polyfill developed by Eli Gry. It should work on Chrome for Android browser.
Check the following example:
<title>Leaflet GeoJSON Example</title>
<meta charset="utf-8" />
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
Each tile provider has a different limit on downloading map tiles. MapQuest are currently phasing out their tile providing service and started to use MapBox tiles, so better don't start using their tiles.
There are various lists of free tile providers available:
You can use SRTM30 PLUS which include topography and bathymetry of roughly 1km spatial resolution. The data covers the entire globe. You can choose the location you want. Also, the above link has multiple versions, please check the one you need, and there is an FTP link to download the data.
Below are some resources related to AppEEARS that should help with some of the things you are trying to accomplish with MODIS data. Using the AppEEARS API, you can determine product availability, and submit requests for a host of geospatial datasets from a variety of federal data archives (including MODIS version 6 data). When submitting an AppEEARS Area ...
The QuickOSM plugin queries the Overpass API, and that will definitely block any attempt to get large-scale data download. Otherwise the service would be permanently overloaded and hence unusuable.
The only way you can go is to download the Geofabrik extract, and filter that on the command line. Feeding the data to QGIS will kill it due to the large amount ...
image parameter causes the error. Its value should have been an Image object, but AOD is an ImageCollection. I guess, you would like to save AOD.mean(), which is an Image, to Drive. If so and if you want to get rid of that error, change AOD to AOD.mean() for image parameter.
image: AOD.mean(), // <--
The USDA Data Gateway has layers available for 1:12k quad footprints. Not sure if you can fetch the whole U.S. or not, but you can get them by state. Also, you can drag a custom AOI onto the map and get some pretty big chunks it looks like.
I believe if you go up a level by clicking Parent Directory you can access the Geodatabase.zip link and download from there. You can extract the zip file and see the contents there.
This method will only be useful if you are using this data for desktop purposes and not coding.
I intend to do the same so I start an Amazon EC-2 instance and install the Bulk Download on it.
But as far as I know it's a graphical application and nothing in the doc Bulk Download Tutorial lets hope that you can use it with the terminal.
I read here about the possibility of using Curl but it returns an 403 access denied
After writing emails to USGS, the ...
Funny enough, I have been running into the same issue tonight and fixed it in this commit
The problem is not related to the server or size, but happens due to a network timeout which by default does not take into account, that data is actually being transferred. The above-mentioned commit solves this, so it should be soon in any nightly/master build....