After completing these activities, you will be able to:
All activities are held in the the Classroom unless otherwise noted.
|7:45||Arrival, Check-in, etc|
|8:00||Welcome & Introductions|
|8:30||Introduction to the National Ecological Observatory Network||Megan Jones|
|9:00||Introduction to NEON AOP||Nathan Leisso|
|9:30||NEON RGB Imagery||Bill Gallery|
|10:00||Introduction to the HDF5 File Format||Ted Haberman|
|13:00||An Introduction to Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (related video)||Tristan Goulden|
|13:20||Work with Hyperspectral Remote Sensing data & HDF5|
|Explore NEON HDF5 format with Viewer||Tristan|
|NEON AOP Hyperspectral Data in HDF5 format with Python||Bridget Hass|
|Band Stacking, RGB & False Color Images, and Interactive Widgets in Python||Bridget|
|Plot Spectral Signatures||Bridget|
|Calculate Other Indicies; Small Group Coding (related video on NEON Remote Sensing Indices)||Megan|
|17:30||GitHub Workflow||Naupaka Zimmerman|
|18:00||End of Day Wrap Up||Megan|
We will be touring the NEON facilities on Monday including several labs. Please wear long pants and close-toed shoes to conform to lab safety standards.
Many individuals find the temperature of the classroom where the Data Institute is held to be cooler than they prefer. We recommend you bring a sweater or light jacket with you.
You will have the opportunity to eat your lunch on an outdoor patio - hats, sunscreen, and sunglasses may be appreciated.