I am trying to run IDEPIX from command line using GPT, with the objective of generating good quality cloud masks. In this post,
@marpet suggests it can be done:
I would do it in the following way.
Subset (Band subset, maybe a regional subset)
This would be my “pre-processing” chain. I would create a graph XML file and let it run from the command line on my input data set (see
Bulk Processing with GPT).
Then I would define the mosaic processing and use the pre-processed data as input. Maybe also as a graph. Depends on how often you plan to do it. Here I would specify my area of interest.
Maybe you have taken the ‘pixel_classif_flag…
But even with the graph below (which hardly computes any optional variables) I cannot successfully run the node:
I receive an error like this one, which suggests the parameters are not being read:
Are there any suggestions here? Does anyone have a working XML graph with IDEPIX implemented? Thank you!
July 27, 2018, 8:19am
Probably you don’t have the latest version of the S2TBX. Computation of mountain shadow is possible since version 6.0.2. That’s probably the reason why it says that this parameter is unknown. Instead of updating S2TBX, you can also remove the line
and it should work too.