Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of Processing/Py6S_vs_Hyperspectral


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    1 === Py6S ===
     1= Py6S =
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    3 What is Py6S?
     3== What is Py6S? ==
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    55Py6S is an open-source (GPLv3) library that provides an interface to the Second Simulation of the Satellite Signal in the Solar Spectrum (6S) atmospheric Radiative Transfer Model through Python. It was developed by Robin Wilson.
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    7 Py6S v1.0 was described in Wilson (2012). You must cite this paper if you use Py6S as part of any research which you later publish:
    8 Wilson, R. T., 2012, Py6S: A Python interface to the 6S radiative transfer model, Computers and Geosciences, 51, p166-171. (See what I've done here?)
     7Py6S v1.0 was described in the following paper:
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     9Wilson, R. T., 2012, Py6S: A Python interface to the 6S radiative transfer model, Computers and Geosciences, 51, p166-171.
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    1011Documentation is available from: https://py6s.readthedocs.org/
     
    1213There is also a mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/py6s
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    14 You can find an overview of ARSF's settings for Py6S model here [wiki:Processing/Py6S_vs_Hyperspectral/Py6SParameters ARSF's settings for Py6S model here.]
     15You can find an overview of NERC-ARF's settings for Py6S model [wiki:Processing/Py6S_vs_Hyperspectral/Py6SParameters here]
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    16 [[BR]][[BR]]
    17 === Running Py6S for hyperspectral delivery check ===
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     18== Running Py6S for hyperspectral delivery check ==
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    1920You can plot the at-sensor radiance spectra recorded by hyperspectral sensor and compare it to the at-sensor Py6S model using the script check_fenix_spectra_py6s.py. This procedure should be done during the hyperespectral delivery check.
     
    2122The simplest version of the script looks for a random vegetation pixel at nadir and plots its spectra recorded by the Fenix sensor versus the predefined Py6S vegetation type without atmospheric correction.
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    23 Go to delivery project directory that you want to check. Example:
    24 ~arsf/arsf_data/2015/flight_data/spain/EUFAR15_38-2015_170_Mallorca/processing/delivery/EUFAR15_38-170-hyperspectral-20151014[[BR]]
     24Go to delivery project directory that you want to check. Example
     25{{{
     26~arsf/arsf_data/2015/flight_data/spain/EUFAR15_38-2015_170_Mallorca/processing/delivery/EUFAR15_38-170-hyperspectral-20151014
     27}}}
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    2629If you are '''airborne''' user at the selected delivery directory, you can follow the steps on this wiki and simply '''copy and paste''' the commands on the terminal.