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1 Introduction to the GEE

The Google Earth Engine (GEE) is a cloud-based computing and analysis tool for (geo-)spatial data, powered by the Google Cloud Platform. It can freely be used by everyone to view, compute and evaluate satellite data, and is therefore convenient for scientists, organizations and teaching matters alike.

The Google Earth Engine also features a public data catalog, cloud-based computing power capable of handling planetary-scale analysis, geospatial JavaScript, Python and REST APIs and a wide array of handy apps to alter your working experience.

 

 

1.1 Big Data for earth monitoring and documentation of basic software

     - Available data in Google Cloud Platform

     - Webbased programming environment

     - Integration of the GEE in RStudio, QGIS and Python

1.2 Getting started with the Google Earth Engine

     - GEE and its processing Infrastructure

     - Basic JavaScript in GEE

     - Raster and Vector Code: Access and Filters

     - Visualization of data

     - Raster and Vector Code: Clip and Reduce

     - Visualization of data

     - Charts in the GEE

     - Summary and Best Practice