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Get the music from oceancolor images, through MODIS satellite

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OceanSound

Get the music from oceancolor images, through MODIS satellite

Instalation

OceanSound requires an pyhdf instalation, to deal with HDF4 [(HDF-EOS)](http://hdfeos.org/). Despite pyhdf is a deprecated package it still works, but you have to manualy install it. Follow the steps [here](http://pysclint.sourceforge.net/pyhdf/install.html)!

And finally to listen your data you can install OceanSound with pip.

`bash pip install OceanSound `

Usage

After installation, OceanSound program is enabled on your terminal. You should pass one of acceptable parameters and generate your music.

`bash OceanSound --indir dir/where/are/*.hdf --outdir dir/to/save/output.midi `

Our Project

OceanSound deals with Satellite MODIS chlorophyll, but if you are interested by extracting music from your data take a look at [DataSounds](http://www.datasounds.org) and access the [code](https://github.com/DataSounds/DataSounds)!

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