Explore and Combine Data – The Elephant Use Case

Explore and Combine Data – The Elephant Use Case

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Short Description Here, we present a short use case on how to use the Geo Engine to combine observation data with available remote sensing data. The idea is to map two elephant species, namely the African elephant and the forest elephant. Then, we want to check a hypothesis that forest elephants live in areas with more forest cover than African elephants. Add Raster Data First, we add a tree cover dataset to the map. It is derived from the Forest Cover Change dataset from Hansen et al. [1] and is about 50 GB in size. Since Geo Engine is a web application, we do not need to download any data prior to our analysis. There are several datasets in our data repository. We select Tree Cover 2000 and style it…
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Screenshot of the application. The Eumetsat Digital Teaching Tool is based on Geo Engine technology and helps data scientists learn the ins and outs of Sentinel satellite data.
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