you can follow the StaMPS tutorial, starting with chapter 6
Thanks @ABraun. This is the document that I’m using but I can’t seem to follow the procedure. For instance, I don’t know what to with the first step. I can’t also produce an output when using mt_prep_snap. I would like to thank the authors for providing a manual but I would like to know if there’s a more detailed version (document that shows what to do with specific errors).
take these, for example:
- http://www.isnet.org.pk/downloadables/Presentation%20%20No.%202%20-%20STAMPS%20Steps.pdf Start with Phase 3, all previous steps have been performed in SNAP. You also need to call mt_prep_gamma_snap instead
- http://seom.esa.int/landtraining2015/files/Day_4/D4P2a_LTC2015_Hooper.pdf This document explains a bit more, what the single steps mean
- http://www.insar.cz/diplomky/diz_lazecky.pdf Chapter 3.3.2
If you can describe the errors you get, we can maybe help
Hello and happy to be among you.
please I would like to know if it is possible to realize all the steps of PSI Stamps in a windows operating system without involving the Linux system?
Thank you for reply please?
because i’m stuck on a step and i’m working on windows 10.
Hi @ABraun. I’ll take a look at these documents. I think it will be a huge help. Thank you!
Please help me to do PSI in SNAP-StaMPS and R-Studio.
I am preparing a stack of 33 S-1A ascending products to export using SNAP Stamps export. Following:
How to prepare Sentinel-1 images stack for PSI/SBAS in SNAP 5
Then i have to use R- studio.
Please send me list of commands and other resources to complete it through R studio.
StaMPS is written for Linux command line and Matlab. As far as I know there is no R version of it.
But you can use Python to prepare your files in a consistent and correct way. Everything is explained here: Snap2stamps package: a free tool to automate the SNAP-StaMPS Workflow
But after preparation of the SAR files, you will have to switch to Linux shell and Matlab.
ok i will try. But i have R studio installed on my Virtual Machine.
Don’t know how to run python there?
Just as Python, R studio is just a programming environment - you need scripts which define what is to do.
- snap2stamps uses Python to prepare Sentinel-1 SLC products for PS InSAR
- StaMPS uses Matlab to process the prepared products
None of the methods was developed for R so far.
ok thank you so much.
Hi @ABraun, is it already StaMPS for R ?? Can you please provide a link for that? Thanks
sorry - fundamental typo: I meant ‘there is no R version of it’
Plz guide how to create stack?
like Master-slave1, Master-slave2, Master-slave3 and so on…
Master1-slave1, master2-slave2, Master3-slace3, and so on… i
if feel coherence in 2nd one will be better.
currently, SNAP only supports version 1: master1-slave1, master1-slave-2…
I applied batch processing up to backgeocoding keeping one master suggested by SNAP, keeping master at the top but it has changed master during processing.
Please have a look at this overview: About the STaMPS category
It lists many examples on how people proceeded and retrieved good results.
i fear coherence will lost due to large temporal difference?
surely, but that is one main advantage of PS InSAR: It is no longer dependent on coherence because persistent scatterers are selected by other criteria:
The PhH thesis of Andy Hooper (main developer of StaMPS) starts like this:
One of his slides:
I want PSI and have exported a stack of 32 images through SNAP-StaMPS Export. Now the problem is MATLAB is not installed on my VM. I have these resources only.
I’m afraid you cannot run the StaMPS scripts without Matlab, sorry. We told you this in the beginning.
Many academic institutions have license agreements however.