[SciPy-User] MODIS data and true-color plotting
Sun Nov 13 14:27:28 CST 2011
Try to use "pyhdf"
wget -c http://ufpr.dl.sourceforge.net/project/pysclint/pyhdf/0.8.3/pyhdf
tar zxvf pyhdf-0.8.3.tar.gz
sudo apt-get install libhdf4-dev
sudo apt-get install python2.6-dev
sudo apt-get install swig
swig -python hdfext.i
python setup.py install
May be you could use h4toh5 and use pytables.
2 - I'm trying to get ocean color variables through pyhdf package, but I'm
still working on.
If you have any advance, post here your feedback, please.
*Arnaldo D'Amaral Pereira Granja Russo*
Lab. de Estudos dos Oceanos e Clima
Instituto de Oceanografia
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
e-mail arnaldorusso [at] gmail [dot] com
tel (53) 3233-6855
2011/11/13 Gökhan Sever <email@example.com>
> Hello groups,
> I have two questions about working with MODIS data.
> 1-) Is there any light Pythonic HDF-EOS wrapper to handle HDF-EOS data
> other than PyNIO [http://www.pyngl.ucar.edu/Nio.shtml] Although, I have
> managed to install that package from its source, it took me many hours to
> figure out all the installation quirks. Something simpler to build and
> mainly for HDFEOS data??
> 2-) Another similar question: Has anybody attempted to create true-color
> MODIS images (like the ones shown at [
> http://rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/realtime/]) in Python? So far, I have
> seen one clear tutorial [
> ftp://ftp.ssec.wisc.edu/pub/IMAPP/MODIS/TrueColor/] to create natural
> color images, but uses ms2gt [http://nsidc.org/data/modis/ms2gt/], NDVI
> and IDL. Except the reflectance correction via NDVI, ms2gt and IDL parts
> seem to be implemented in Python.
> Till now, I have some progress combining GOES imagery with aircraft data.
> My next task is to combine MODIS data with aircraft and radar data. I would
> be happy to get some guidance and code support if there is any previous
> work been done using Python.
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