How to call InSARStackOverview in python module

How to call InSARStackOverview in python module. where can I find a documentation about snappy

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Actually, I only want to use the function of calculate Baseline (it’s InSAR Stack Overview in desktop,I just want use it with python ). I want to find best Interference baseline in many files.
could you tell me how to use the function? I didn‘t find in java scripts.

you can load the class as follows

import snappy
InSARStackOverview = snappy.jpy.get_type(org.esa.s1tbx.insar.gpf.InSARStackOverview)
stack_overview = InSARStackOverview()

But the class InSARStackOverview does not have a calculateBaseline method. So I don’t know what you want to call.
InSAR Stack Overview is doing much more than just calling one method.

However , I can get perpendicular baseline by InSAR Stack Overview on the desktop. SO, the class InSARStackOverview will be not?

It is not the only one you need to use. But I can’t tell you want you need to do. I’m not working with SAR data.

I just want to realize the InSAR Stack Overview function of SNAP DESKTOP by snappy.

Maybe @cwong or @timmoorhouse can shed some light o it.
Or maybe someone else did it already?
But you can have a look at our repository and see what needs to be done.
The entry point is the class org.esa.s1tbx.insar.rcp.dialogs.InSARStackOverviewDialog and its method processStack.

Thank you very much. I will try to do it.Thanks

Does anyone found out how to call InSARStackOverview from snappy python?

I get the following error while calling the function, see the snippet below:

InSARStackOverview = snappy.jpy.get_type(‘org.esa.s1tbx.insar.gpf.In
stack_overview = InSARStackOverview()

How have you created your insar_stack?
I think it needs to be created like this:

insar_stack=jpy.array('org.esa.snap.core.datamodel.Product', 5)
insar_stack[0] = product1
insar_stack[4] = product5
# or loop over it

@marpet Thanks for the reply, below is the full code.

slc_paths =  glob.glob(r'C:\Users\Placeholder\Desktop\Pre-Processing_Module\Quering\Download\*.zip')

insar_stack = snappy.jpy.array('org.esa.snap.core.datamodel.Product', len(slc_paths))

for i, slc_path in enumerate(slc_paths):

    slc_product = snappy.ProductIO.readProduct(slc_path)

    insar_stack[i] = slc_product

InSARStackOverview = snappy.jpy.get_type('org.esa.s1tbx.insar.gpf.InSARStackOverview')

stack_overview = InSARStackOverview()


I still get the same error. Please let me know if I am doing something wrong.

Thanks in advance.

Now I see. calculateInSAROverview is a static method.
Don’t use the instance stack_overview of InSARStackOverview.

Try directly:

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@marpet Thanks for your quick reply; I was successful in getting the name of the optimal master product. However, I was curious how I could extract the other data like perpendicular baseline, temporal baseline and modelled coherence.

snippet to get the name of optimal_master

InSARStackOverview = snappy.jpy.get_type(‘org.esa.s1tbx.insar.gpf.InSARStackOverview’)

optimal_master = InSARStackOverview.findOptimalMasterProduct(insar_stack).getName()

Thanks in advance

I’m not familiar wir SAR processing.
So, I’m also only guessing by looking at the code.

I think you need to call. This gives you an IfgStack array.
ifgStack = InSARStackOverview.calculateInSAROverview(insar_stack)

Each of the entries has a master and a master_slave. You can get the master_slave by
ifgpairs = ifgStack[0].getMasterSlave()
This is an array of IfgPair instances.
On these IfgPair instances you can call


and more.

@marpet Thank you so much, will try them.