Creator for Analysis Ready Data (ARD)
cedar is a library and application to help download and preprocess satellite data to be “analysis ready data” (ARD) “data cube” as quickly as possible. cedar has been designed primarily to preprocess Landsat data, and can help acquire data from the Google Earth Engine (GEE). It is based on tools within the Python ecosystem for geospatial data processing (rasterio), saving and working with N-dimensional data (netCDF4 and xarray), and parallelization (dask and distributed).
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