This page contains examples of ‘tidying’ datasets. If you have an example you’d like to submit, or an example of an anti-pattern, please raise an issue !
This is an example of tidying a dataset comprised of locally downloaded files. Aquarius is a sea surface salinity dataset produced by NASA and accessed as network Common Data Form (NetCDF) files. You can find this example here. This example focuses on data access steps and organizing data into a workable data cube.
2. ASE Ice Velocity#
Already integrated into the Xarray tutorial, this examples uses an ice velocity dataset derived from synthetic aperture radar imagery. You can find it here. This example focuses on data access steps and organizing data into a workable data cube.
3. Harmonized Landsat-Sentinel#
This example features cloud-optimized data that does not need to be downloaded locally. Here, package such as
odc-stac are used to accomplish much of the initial tidying (assembling an x,y,time cube). However, this example shows that there is frequently additional formatting required to make a dataset analysis ready.