Reproducible geospatial data science: Exploratory Data Analysis using collaborative analysis environments

@inproceedings{Snchez2017ReproducibleGD,
  title={Reproducible geospatial data science: Exploratory Data Analysis using collaborative analysis environments},
  author={A. S{\'a}nchez and L. Vinhas and G. Queiroz and Rolf E. O. Simoes and V. C. Gomes and L. F. Assis and Eduardo Llapa and G. C{\^a}mara},
  booktitle={GEOINFO},
  year={2017}
}
  • A. Sánchez, L. Vinhas, +5 authors G. Câmara
  • Published in GEOINFO 2017
  • Computer Science
  • The answers to current our planet’s problems could be hidden in gigabytes of satellite imagery of the last 40 years, but scientists lack the means for processing such amount of data. To answer this challenge, we are building a scientific platform for handling big Earth observation data. We organized decades of satellite images into data cubes in order to put together data and analysis. Our platform allows to scale-up analysis to larger areas and longer periods of time. However, we need to… CONTINUE READING

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