# Source code for descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext

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import copy
import warnings
import math
import reprlib
import mercantile
import shapely.geometry
from .. import shapely_support
from ..dltile import Tile, Grid
from .utils import (
is_geographic_crs,
is_wgs84_crs,
polygon_from_bounds,
valid_latlon_bounds,
)
EARTH_CIRCUMFERENCE_WGS84 = 2 * math.pi * 6378137
[docs]class GeoContext(object):
"""
Specifies spatial parameters to use when loading a raster
from the Descartes Labs catalog.
Two Images loaded with the same GeoContext will result in images
with the same shape (in pixels), covering the same spatial extent,
regardless of the dimensions or projection of the original data.
Specifically, a fully-defined GeoContext specifies:
* geometry to use as a cutline (WGS84), and/or bounds
* resolution (m) or a shape defining the extent in pixels
* EPSG code of the output coordinate reference system
* whether to align pixels to the output CRS
(see docstring for `AOI.align_pixels` for more information)
GeoContexts are immutable.
"""
__slots__ = ("_all_touched",)
# slots *suffixed* with an underscore will be ignored by `__eq__` and `__repr__`.
# a double-underscore prefix would be more conventional, but that actually breaks as a slot name.
def __init__(self, all_touched=False):
"""
Parameters
----------
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
"""
self._all_touched = bool(all_touched)
def __getstate__(self):
return {
attr: getattr(self, attr)
for s in self.__class__.__mro__
for attr in getattr(s, "__slots__", tuple())
}
def __setstate__(self, state):
for attr, val in state.items():
setattr(self, attr, val)
@property
def all_touched(self):
"""
bool: If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
GeoContext contributes to the raster result.
Normally this mode is not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged.
However, it can be useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel,
which under many situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely
masked).
"""
return self._all_touched
@property
def raster_params(self):
"""
dict: The properties of this GeoContext,
as keyword arguments to use for `Raster.ndarray` or `Raster.raster`.
"""
raster_params = {}
if self.all_touched:
raster_params["cutline_all_touched"] = True
return raster_params
def __eq__(self, other):
"""
Two GeoContexts are equal only if they are the same type,
and every property is equal.
"""
if not isinstance(other, self.__class__):
return False
for attr in self.__slots__:
if getattr(self, attr) != getattr(other, attr):
return False
return True
def __repr__(self):
classname = self.__class__.__name__
delim = ",\n" + " " * (len(classname) + 1)
props = delim.join(
"{}={}".format(attr.lstrip("_"), reprlib.repr(getattr(self, attr)))
for s in self.__class__.__mro__
for attr in getattr(s, "__slots__", tuple())
)
return "{}({})".format(classname, props)
[docs]class AOI(GeoContext):
"""
A GeoContext that clips imagery to a geometry, and/or to square bounds,
with any output resolution and CRS.
Examples
--------
.. code-block:: python
cutline_aoi = dl.geo.AOI(my_geometry, resolution=40)
aoi_with_cutline_disabled = cutline_aoi.assign(geometry=None)
no_cutline_aoi = dl.geo.AOI(geometry=None, resolution=15, bounds=(-40, 35, -39, 36))
aoi_without_auto_bounds = dl.geo.AOI(geometry=my_geometry, resolution=15, bounds=(-40, 35, -39, 36))
aoi_with_specific_pixel_dimensions = dl.geo.AOI(geometry=my_geometry, shape=(200, 400))
"""
__slots__ = (
"_geometry",
"_resolution",
"_crs",
"_align_pixels",
"_bounds",
"_bounds_crs",
"_shape",
)
def __init__(
self,
geometry=None,
resolution=None,
crs=None,
align_pixels=None,
bounds=None,
bounds_crs="EPSG:4326",
shape=None,
all_touched=False,
):
"""
Parameters
----------
geometry: GeoJSON-like dict, object with ``__geo_interface__``; optional
When searching, filter for elements which intersect this geometry.
When rastering, clip imagery to this geometry.
Coordinates must be WGS84 (lat-lon).
If :const:`None`, imagery will just be clipped to
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.gecontext.AOI.bounds`.
resolution: float, optional
Distance, in native units of the CRS, that the edge of each pixel
represents on the ground. Do not assume this to always be either
degrees or meters.
Can only specify one of `resolution` and `shape`.
crs: str, optional
Coordinate Reference System into which imagery will be projected,
expressed as an EPSG code (like :const:`EPSG:4326`), a PROJ.4 definition,
or an OGC CRS Well-Known Text string.
align_pixels: bool, optional, default True if resolution is not None
If :const:`True`, this ensures that, in different images rasterized
with this same AOI GeoContext, pixels ``(i, j)`` correspond
to the same area in space. This is accomplished by snapping the
coordinates of the origin (top-left corner of top-left pixel)
to a non-fractional interval of `resolution`. Note that in cases
where `shape` has been specified, this may lead to the resulting
image being one pixel larger in each dimension, so the the entire
bounds is included.
If `align_pixels` is :const:`False`, when using imagery with different
native resolutions and/or projections, pixels at the same indices
can be misaligned by a fraction of `resolution`
(i.e. correspond to *slighly* different coordinates in space).
However, this requires warping of the original image, which can be
undesireable when you want to work with the original data in its
native resolution and projection.
bounds: 4-tuple, optional
Clip imagery to these ``(min_x, min_y, max_x, max_y)`` bounds,
expressed in :py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds_crs`
(which defaults to WGS84 lat-lon).
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`
are automatically computed from `geometry` if not specified.
Otherwise,
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds` are required.
bounds_crs: str, optional, default "EPSG:4326"
The Coordinate Reference System of the
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`,
given as an EPSG code (like :const:`EPSG:4326`), a PROJ.4 definition,
or an OGC CRS Well-Known Text string.
shape: 2-tuple, optional
``(rows, columns)``, in pixels, the output raster should fit within;
the longer side of the raster will be min(shape).
Can only specify one of `resolution` and `shape`. Note that when
`align_pixels` is :const:`True`, the actual resulting raster may
be one pixel larger in each direction.
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
"""
super(AOI, self).__init__(all_touched=all_touched)
# If no bounds were given, use the bounds of the geometry
if bounds is None and geometry is not None:
bounds = "update"
self._assign(
geometry,
resolution,
crs,
align_pixels,
bounds,
bounds_crs,
shape,
"unchanged",
)
self._validate()
@property
def geometry(self):
"""
shapely geometry: Clip imagery to this geometry
Coordinates must be WGS84 (lat-lon).
If :const:`None`, imagery will just be clipped to
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`.
"""
return self._geometry
@property
def resolution(self):
"""
float: Distance, in units of the CRS, that the edge of each pixel
represents on the ground.
"""
return self._resolution
@property
def crs(self):
"""
str: Coordinate reference system into which imagery will be projected,
expressed as an EPSG code (like :const:`EPSG:4326`), a PROJ.4 definition,
or an OGC CRS Well-Known Text string.
"""
return self._crs
@property
def align_pixels(self):
"""
bool: If True, this ensures that, in different images rasterized with
this same AOI GeoContext, pixels ``(i, j)`` correspond to the
same area in space. This is accomplished by snapping the coordinates of
the origin (top-left corner of top-left pixel) to a non-fractional
interval of `resolution`. Note that in cases where `shape` has been
specified, this may lead to the resulting image being one pixel larger
in each dimension, so the the entire bounds is included.
If `align_pixels` is False, when using imagery with different native
resolutions and/or projections, pixels at the same indicies can be
misaligned by a fraction of ``resolution`` (i.e. correspond to *slighly*
different coordinates in space).
However, this requires warping of the original image, which can be
undesireable when you want to work with the original data in its native
resolution and projection.
"""
if self._align_pixels is None:
return self._resolution is not None
else:
return self._align_pixels
@property
def bounds(self):
"""
tuple: Clip imagery to these ``(min_x, min_y, max_x, max_y)`` bounds,
expressed in the coordinate reference system in
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds_crs`.
"""
return self._bounds
@property
def bounds_crs(self):
"""
str: The coordinate reference system of the
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`,
given as an EPSG code (like :const:`EPSG:4326`), a PROJ.4 definition,
or an OGC CRS Well-Known Text string.
"""
return self._bounds_crs
@property
def shape(self):
"""
tuple: ``(rows, columns)``, in pixels, the output raster should fit within;
the longer side of the raster will be min(shape).
"""
return self._shape
@property
def raster_params(self):
"""
dict: The properties of this `AOI`,
as keyword arguments to use for
:class:`~descarteslabs.client.services.raster.raster.Raster.ndarray` or
:class:`~descarteslabs.client.services.raster.raster.Raster.raster`.
Raises ValueError if
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`, `crs`,
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds_crs`,
`resolution`, or `align_pixels` is :const:`None`.
"""
# Ensure that there can be no ambiguity: every parameter must be specified,
# so every raster call using this context will return spatially equivalent data
if self._bounds is None:
raise ValueError("AOI must have bounds specified")
if self._bounds_crs is None:
raise ValueError("AOI must have bounds_crs specified")
if self._crs is None:
raise ValueError("AOI must have CRS specified")
if self._resolution is None and self._shape is None:
raise ValueError("AOI must have one of resolution or shape specified")
# align_pixels will always be True or False based on resolution
# all_touched doesn't affect the spatial equivalence
cutline = (
self._geometry.__geo_interface__ if self._geometry is not None else None
)
dimensions = (
(self._shape[1], self._shape[0]) if self._shape is not None else None
)
return {
**super().raster_params,
"cutline": cutline,
"resolution": self._resolution,
"srs": self._crs,
"bounds_srs": self._bounds_crs,
"align_pixels": self.align_pixels,
"bounds": self._bounds,
"dimensions": dimensions,
}
@property
def __geo_interface__(self):
"""
dict: :py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.geometry` as a GeoJSON Geometry dict,
otherwise
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`
as a GeoJSON Polygon dict if
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.geometry` is
:const:`None` and
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds_crs`
is :const:`EPSG:4326`, otherwise
raises :exc:`RuntimeError`.
"""
if self._geometry is not None:
return self._geometry.__geo_interface__
elif self._bounds is not None and is_wgs84_crs(self._bounds_crs):
return polygon_from_bounds(self._bounds)
else:
raise RuntimeError(
"AOI GeoContext must have a geometry set, or bounds set and a WGS84 `bounds_crs`, "
"to have a __geo_interface__"
)
[docs] def assign(
self,
geometry="unchanged",
resolution="unchanged",
crs="unchanged",
align_pixels="unchanged",
bounds="unchanged",
bounds_crs="unchanged",
shape="unchanged",
all_touched="unchanged",
):
"""
Return a copy of the AOI with the given values assigned.
Note
----
If you are assigning a new geometry and want bounds to updated as
well, use ``bounds="update"``. This will also change
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds_crs`
to :const:`EPSG:4326`, since the geometry's coordinates are in WGS84
decimal degrees, so the new bounds determined from those coordinates
must be in that CRS as well.
If you assign
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.geometry`
without changing
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.AOI.bounds`,
the new AOI GeoContext will produce rasters with the same
shape and covering the same spatial area as the old one, just with
pixels masked out that fall outside your new geometry.
Returns
-------
new : `AOI`
"""
new = copy.deepcopy(self)
new._assign(
geometry,
resolution,
crs,
align_pixels,
bounds,
bounds_crs,
shape,
all_touched,
)
new._validate()
return new
def _validate(self):
# validate shape
if self._shape is not None:
if not isinstance(self._shape, (list, tuple)) or len(self._shape) != 2:
raise TypeError("Shape must be a tuple of (rows, columns) in pixels")
# validate resolution
if self._resolution is not None:
if not isinstance(self._resolution, (int, float)):
raise TypeError(
"Resolution must be an int or float, got type '{}'".format(
type(self._resolution).__name__
)
)
if self._resolution <= 0:
raise ValueError("Resolution must be greater than zero")
# can't set both resolution and shape
if self._resolution is not None and self._shape is not None:
raise ValueError("Cannot set both resolution and shape")
# test that bounds are sane
if self._bounds is not None:
shapely_support.check_valid_bounds(self._bounds)
# rough check that bounds values actually make sense for bounds_crs
if self._bounds_crs is not None and self._bounds is not None:
is_geographic, lon_wrap = is_geographic_crs(
self._bounds_crs, with_lon_wrap=True
)
if is_geographic:
# some whole-globe products are funky around the dateline. Try
# to allow up to a 1/2 pixel slop there. This will generally only
# occur with AOIs created automatically from Image properties.
if self._resolution and self._crs and is_geographic_crs(self._crs):
tol = self._resolution / 2
elif self._shape is not None:
tol = (
max(
(self._bounds[2] - self._bounds[0]) / self._shape[1],
(self._bounds[3] - self._bounds[1]) / self._shape[0],
)
/ 2
)
else:
tol = 0.001
if not valid_latlon_bounds(self._bounds, tol, lon_wrap=lon_wrap):
raise ValueError(
"Bounds must be in lat-lon coordinates, "
"but the given bounds are outside [-90, 90] for y or [-180, 180] for x."
)
else:
if valid_latlon_bounds(self._bounds):
# Warn that bounds are probably in the wrong CRS.
# But we can't be sure without a proper tool for working with CRSs,
# since bounds that look like valid lat-lon coords
# *could* be valid in a different CRS, though unlikely.
warnings.warn(
"You might have the wrong `bounds_crs` set.\n"
"Bounds appear to be in lat-lon decimal degrees, but the `bounds_crs` "
"does not seem to be a geographic coordinate reference system "
"(i.e. its units are not degrees, but meters, feet, etc.).\n\n"
"If this is unexpected, set `bounds_crs='EPSG:4326'`."
)
# check that bounds and geometry actually intersect (if bounds in wgs84)
if (
self._geometry is not None
and self._bounds is not None
and is_wgs84_crs(self._bounds_crs)
):
bounds_shp = shapely.geometry.box(*self._bounds)
if not bounds_shp.intersects(self._geometry):
raise ValueError(
"Geometry and bounds do not intersect. This would result in all data being masked. "
"If you're assigning new geometry, assign new bounds as well "
"(use `bounds='update'` to use the bounds of the new geometry)."
)
# Helpful warning about a common mistake: resolution < width
# The CRS of bounds and CRS of resolution must be the same to compare between those values
# This most often happens when switching from a projected to a geodetic CRS (i.e. UTM to WGS84)
# and not updating the (units of the) resolution accordingly, so you now have, say,
# 30 decimal degrees as your resolution. Probably not what you meant.
# TODO: better way of checking equivalence between CRSs than string equality
if (
not self._all_touched
and self._crs is not None
and self._resolution is not None
and self._bounds is not None
and self._bounds_crs == self._crs
):
crs_width = self._bounds[2] - self._bounds[0]
crs_height = self._bounds[3] - self._bounds[1]
msg = (
"Output raster's {dim} ({dim_len:.4f}) is smaller than its resolution "
"({res:.4f}), meaning it would be less than one pixel {dim_adj}.\n"
"Remember that resolution is specified in units of the output CRS, "
"which are not necessarily meters."
)
if is_geographic_crs(self._crs):
msg += "\nSince your CRS is in lat-lon coordinates, resolution must be given in decimal degrees."
msg += (
"\nIf you are intending to raster an area smaller than the source imagery resolution, then you"
"should set an appropriate value of resolution, shape, or all_touched=True on the supplied AOI"
" to signal your intentions."
)
if crs_width < self._resolution:
raise ValueError(
msg.format(
dim="width",
dim_len=crs_width,
res=self._resolution,
dim_adj="wide",
)
)
if crs_height < self._resolution:
raise ValueError(
msg.format(
dim="height",
dim_len=crs_height,
res=self._resolution,
dim_adj="tall",
)
)
def _assign(
self,
geometry,
resolution,
crs,
align_pixels,
bounds,
bounds_crs,
shape,
all_touched,
):
# we use "unchanged" as a sentinel value, because None is a valid thing to set attributes to.
if geometry is not None and geometry != "unchanged":
geometry = shapely_support.geometry_like_to_shapely(geometry)
if bounds is not None and bounds != "unchanged":
if bounds == "update":
if bounds_crs not in (None, "unchanged", "EPSG:4326"):
raise ValueError(
"Can't compute bounds from a geometry while also explicitly setting a `bounds_crs`.\n\n"
"To resolve: don't set `bounds_crs`. It will be set to 'EPSG:4326' for you. "
"(Though you can do so explicitly if you'd like.)\n\n"
"Explanation: the coordinates in a geometry are latitudes and longitudes "
"in decimal degrees, defined in the WGS84 coordinate reference system "
"(referred to by the code EPSG:4326). When we infer `bounds` from a `geometry`, "
"those bounds will be in the same coordinate reference system as the geometry---i.e., WGS84. "
"Therefore, setting `bounds_crs` to anything besides 'EPSG:4326' doesn't make sense."
)
bounds_crs = "EPSG:4326"
if geometry is not None and geometry != "unchanged":
bounds = geometry.bounds
else:
raise ValueError(
"A geometry must be given with which to update the bounds"
)
else:
bounds = tuple(bounds)
if geometry != "unchanged":
self._geometry = geometry
if resolution != "unchanged":
# To avoid breaking existing code, avoid a conflict with shape.
# getattr() to handle pre-init cases.
if (
getattr(self, "_resolution", None) is None
and getattr(self, "_shape", None) is not None
):
self._shape = None
self._resolution = resolution
if crs != "unchanged":
self._crs = crs
if align_pixels != "unchanged":
self._align_pixels = align_pixels
if bounds != "unchanged":
self._bounds = bounds
if bounds_crs != "unchanged":
self._bounds_crs = bounds_crs
if shape != "unchanged":
self._shape = shape
if all_touched != "unchanged":
self._all_touched = bool(all_touched)
[docs]class DLTile(GeoContext):
"""
A GeoContext that clips and projects imagery to a single DLTile.
DLTiles allow you to define a grid of arbitrary spacing, resolution,
and overlap that can cover the globe.
DLTiles are always in a UTM projection.
Example
-------
>>> import descarteslabs as dl
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> tile = DLTile.from_latlon(
... lat=35.691,
... lon=-105.944,
... tilesize=512,
... resolution=10,
... pad=0
... )
>>> product = dl.catalog.Product.get("usgs:landsat:oli-tirs:c2:l2:v0") # doctest: +SKIP
>>> images = product.images().intersects(tile).collect() # doctest: +SKIP
>>> images # doctest: +SKIP
ImageCollection of 558 images
* Dates: Mar 18, 2013 to Sep 14, 2023
* Products: usgs:landsat:oli-tirs:c2:l2:v0: 558
>>> images.geocontext # doctest: +SKIP
DLTile(key='512:0:10.0:13:-17:771',
resolution=10.0,
tilesize=512,
pad=0,
crs='EPSG:32613',
bounds=(412960.0, 3947520.0, 418080.0, 3952640.0),
bounds_crs='EPSG:32613',
geometry=<POLYGON ((-1....962 35.71...>,
zone=13,
ti=-17,
tj=771,
geotrans=(412960.0, 10.0, 0.0, 3952640.0, 0.0, -10.0),
proj4='+proj=utm +z...s=m +no_defs ',
wkt='PROJCS["WGS ...SG","32613"]]',
all_touched=False)
"""
__slots__ = (
"_key",
"_resolution",
"_tilesize",
"_pad",
"_crs",
"_bounds",
"_bounds_crs",
"_geometry",
"_zone",
"_ti",
"_tj",
"_geotrans",
"_proj4",
"_wkt",
)
def __init__(self, dltile_dict, all_touched=False):
"""
Constructs a DLTile from a parameter dictionary.
It is preferred to use the
:meth:`DLTile.from_latlon, :meth:`DLTile.from_shape`, or :meth:`DLTile.from_key`
class methods to construct a DLTile GeoContext.
Parameters
----------
dltile_dict: Dict[Str, Any]
Dictionary for the tile.
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
"""
super(DLTile, self).__init__(all_touched=all_touched)
if isinstance(dltile_dict["geometry"], shapely.geometry.polygon.Polygon):
self._geometry = dltile_dict["geometry"]
else:
self._geometry = shapely.geometry.shape(dltile_dict["geometry"])
properties = dltile_dict["properties"]
self._key = properties["key"]
self._resolution = properties["resolution"]
self._tilesize = properties["tilesize"]
self._pad = properties["pad"]
self._crs = properties["cs_code"]
self._bounds = tuple(properties["outputBounds"])
self._bounds_crs = properties["cs_code"]
self._zone = properties["zone"]
self._ti = properties["ti"]
self._tj = properties["tj"]
# these properties may not be present
self._geotrans = properties.get("geotrans", None)
self._proj4 = properties.get("proj4", None)
self._wkt = properties.get("wkt", None)
[docs] @classmethod
def from_latlon(cls, lat, lon, resolution, tilesize, pad, all_touched=False):
"""
Return a DLTile GeoContext that covers a latitude/longitude.
Where the point falls within the tile will vary, depending on the point
and tiling parameters.
Parameters
----------
lat : float
Latitude (WGS84)
lon : float
Longitude (WGS84)
resolution : float
Distance, in meters, that the edge of each pixel represents on the ground
tilesize : int
Length of each side of the tile, in pixels
pad : int
Number of extra pixels by which each side of the tile is buffered.
This determines the number of pixels by which two tiles overlap.
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
Returns
-------
tile : DLTile
Example
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> # make a tile with total size 100, centered on lat, lon
>>> # total tilesize == tilesize + 2 * pad
>>> params = {
... "lat": 30.0131,
... "lon": 31.2089,
... "resolution": 10,
... "tilesize": 2,
... "pad": 49,
... }
>>> tile = DLTile.from_latlon(**params)
>>> tile.key
'2:49:10.0:36:-8637:166079'
>>> tile.geometry.centroid.xy # doctest: +SKIP
(array('d', [31.20899205942612]), array('d', [30.013121672688087]))
"""
grid = Grid(resolution=resolution, tilesize=tilesize, pad=pad)
tile = grid.tile_from_lonlat(lat=lat, lon=lon)
return cls(tile.geocontext, all_touched=all_touched)
[docs] @classmethod
def from_shape(
cls, shape, resolution, tilesize, pad, keys_only=False, all_touched=False
):
"""
Return a list of DLTiles that intersect the given geometry.
Parameters
----------
shape : GeoJSON-like
A GeoJSON dict, or object with a ``__geo_interface__``. Must be in
:const:`EPSG:4326` (WGS84 lat-lon) projection.
resolution : float
Distance, in meters, that the edge of each pixel represents on the ground.
tilesize : int
Length of each side of the tile, in pixels.
pad : int
Number of extra pixels by which each side of the tile is buffered.
This determines the number of pixels by which two tiles overlap.
keys_only : bool, default False
Whether to return DLTile objects or only DLTile keys. Set to True when
returning a large number of tiles and you do not need the full objects.
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
Returns
-------
tiles : List[DLTile] or List[Str]
Example
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> shape = {
... "type":"Feature",
... "geometry":{
... "type":"Polygon",
... "coordinates":[[
... [-122.51140471760839,37.77130087547876],
... [-122.45475646845254,37.77475476721895],
... [-122.45303985468301,37.76657207194229],
... [-122.51057242081689,37.763446782666094],
... [-122.51140471760839,37.77130087547876]]]
... },"properties": None
... }
>>> tiles = DLTile.from_shape(
... shape=shape,
... resolution=1,
... tilesize=500,
... pad=0,
... )
>>> len(tiles)
31
"""
grid = Grid(resolution=resolution, tilesize=tilesize, pad=pad)
if grid._estimate_ntiles_from_shape(shape) > 50000:
warnings.warn(
"DLTile.from_shape will return a large number of tiles. "
"Consider using DLTile.iter_from_shape instead."
)
tiles = grid.tiles_from_shape(shape=shape, keys_only=keys_only)
if keys_only:
result = [tile for tile in tiles]
else:
result = [cls(tile.geocontext, all_touched=all_touched) for tile in tiles]
return result
[docs] @classmethod
def iter_from_shape(
cls, shape, resolution, tilesize, pad, keys_only=False, all_touched=False
):
"""
Return a iterator for DLTiles that intersect the given geometry.
Parameters
----------
shape : GeoJSON-like
A GeoJSON dict, or object with a ``__geo_interface__``. Must be in
:const:`EPSG:4326` (WGS84 lat-lon) projection.
resolution : float
Distance, in meters, that the edge of each pixel represents on the ground.
tilesize : int
Length of each side of the tile, in pixels.
pad : int
Number of extra pixels by which each side of the tile is buffered.
This determines the number of pixels by which two tiles overlap.
keys_only : bool, default False
Whether to return DLTile objects or only DLTile keys. Set to True when
returning a large number of tiles and you do not need the full objects.
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
Returns
-------
Iterator of DLTiles or str
Example
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> shape = {
... "type":"Feature",
... "geometry":{
... "type":"Polygon",
... "coordinates":[[
... [-122.51140471760839,37.77130087547876],
... [-122.45475646845254,37.77475476721895],
... [-122.45303985468301,37.76657207194229],
... [-122.51057242081689,37.763446782666094],
... [-122.51140471760839,37.77130087547876]]]
... },"properties": None
... }
>>> gen = DLTile.from_shape(
... shape=shape,
... resolution=1,
... tilesize=500,
... pad=0,
... keys_only=True
... )
>>> tiles = [tile for tile in gen] # doctest: +SKIP
>>> tiles[0] # doctest: +SKIP
'500:0:1.0:10:94:8359'
"""
grid = Grid(resolution=resolution, tilesize=tilesize, pad=pad)
tiles = grid.tiles_from_shape(shape=shape, keys_only=keys_only)
for tile in tiles:
if keys_only:
yield tile
else:
yield cls(tile.geocontext, all_touched=all_touched)
[docs] @classmethod
def from_key(cls, dltile_key, all_touched=False):
"""
Return a DLTile GeoContext from a DLTile key.
Parameters
----------
dltile_key : str
DLTile key, e.g. '128:16:960.0:15:-1:37'
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
Returns
-------
tile: DLTile
Example
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> tile = DLTile.from_key("2048:16:30.0:15:3:80")
>>> tile # doctest: +SKIP
DLTile(key='2048:16:30.0:15:3:80',
resolution=30.0,
tilesize=2048,
pad=16,
crs='EPSG:32615',
bounds=(683840.0, 4914720.0, 746240.0, 4977120.0),
bounds_crs='EPSG:32615',
geometry=<shapely.geom...>,
zone=15,
ti=3,
tj=80,
geotrans=[
...
"""
tile = Tile.from_key(dltile_key)
return cls(tile.geocontext, all_touched=all_touched)
[docs] def subtile(self, subdivide, resolution=None, pad=None, keys_only=False):
"""
Return an iterator for new DLTiles that subdivide this tile.
The DLtile will be sub-divided into subdivide^2 total sub-tiles each with a side length
of tile_size / subdivide. The resulting sub-tile size must be an integer.
Each sub-tile will by default inherit the same resolution and pad as the orginal tile.
Parameters
----------
subdivide : int
The value to subdivide the tile. The total number of sub-tiles will be the
square of this value. This value must evenly divide the original tilesize.
resolution : None, float
A new resolution for the sub-tiles. None defaults to the original DLTile resolution.
The new resolution must evenly divide the the original tilesize divided by
the subdivide ratio.
pad : None, int
A new pad value for the sub-tiles. None defaults to the original DLTile pad value.
keys_only : bool, default False
Whether to return DLTile objects or only DLTile keys. Set to True when returning a large number of tiles
and you do not need the full objects.
Returns
-------
Iterator over DLTiles or str
Example:
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> tile = DLTile.from_key("2048:0:30.0:15:3:80")
>>> tiles = [tile for tile in tile.subtile(8)]
>>> len(tiles)
64
>>> tiles[0].tilesize
256
"""
subtiles = Tile.from_key(self.key).subtile(
subdivide=subdivide,
new_resolution=resolution,
new_pad=pad,
)
for tile in subtiles:
if keys_only:
yield tile.key
else:
yield DLTile(tile.geocontext, all_touched=self.all_touched)
[docs] def rowcol_to_latlon(self, row, col):
"""
Convert pixel coordinates to lat, lon coordinates
Parameters
----------
row : int or List[int]
Pixel row coordinate or coordinates
col : int or List[int]
Pixel column coordinate or coordinates
Returns
-------
coords : List[Tuple[float], Tuple[float]]
List with the first element the latitude values and the second element longitude values
Example
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> tile = DLTile.from_key("2048:0:30.0:15:3:80")
>>> tile.rowcol_to_latlon(row=56, col=1111)
[(44.894653081367544,), (-90.24334206726267,)]
"""
lonlat = Tile.from_key(self.key).rowcol_to_lonlat(row=row, col=col)
lonlat = lonlat.tolist()
if isinstance(lonlat[0], (int, float)):
result = [(lonlat[1],), (lonlat[0],)]
else:
result = list(zip(*lonlat))
result[0], result[1] = result[1], result[0]
return result
[docs] def latlon_to_rowcol(self, lat, lon):
"""
Convert lat, lon coordinates to pixel coordinates
Parameters
----------
lat: float or List[float]
Latitude coordinate or coordinates
lon: float or List[float]
Longitude coordinate or coordinates
Returns
-------
coords: List[Tuple[int] Tuple[int]]
Tuple with the first element the row values and the second element column values
Example
-------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> tile = DLTile.from_key("2048:0:30.0:15:3:80")
>>> tile.latlon_to_rowcol(lat=44.8, lon=-90.2)
[(403,), (1237,)]
"""
rowcol = Tile.from_key(self.key).lonlat_to_rowcol(lat=lat, lon=lon)
rowcol = rowcol.tolist()
if isinstance(rowcol[0], (int, float)):
result = [(rowcol[0],), (rowcol[1],)]
else:
result = list(zip(*rowcol))
return result
[docs] def assign(self, pad="unchanged", all_touched="unchanged"):
"""
Return a copy of the DLTile with the pad and/or all_touched value modified.
Parameters
----------
pad : int, default "unchanged"
New pad value
all_touched : bool, default "unchanged"
New all_touched value
Returns
-------
tile : DLTile
Example:
--------
>>> from descarteslabs.geo import DLTile
>>> tile = DLTile.from_key("2048:16:30.0:15:3:80")
>>> tile.pad
16
>>> tile = tile.assign(123)
>>> tile.pad
123
"""
tile = Tile.from_key(self.key)
if pad != "unchanged":
tile = tile.assign(pad=pad)
if all_touched == "unchanged":
all_touched = self.all_touched
return DLTile(tile.geocontext, all_touched=all_touched)
@property
def key(self):
"""
str: The DLTile's key, which encodes the tiling parameters,
and which number in the grid this tile is.
"""
return self._key
@property
def resolution(self):
"""float: Distance, in meters, that the edge of each pixel represents on the ground"""
return self._resolution
@property
def tilesize(self):
"""
int: Length of each side of the tile, in pixels.
Note that the total number of pixels along each side of an image is
``tile_size + 2 * padding``
"""
return self._tilesize
@property
def tile_extent(self):
"""
int: total extent of geocontext length in pixels, including pad.
Size is ``tile_size + 2 * pad``.
"""
return self._tilesize + 2 * self._pad
@property
def pad(self):
"""
int: Number of extra pixels by which each side of the tile is buffered.
This determines the number of pixels by which two tiles overlap.
"""
return self._pad
@property
def crs(self):
"""
str: Coordinate reference system into which imagery will be projected.
For DLTiles, this is always a UTM projection, given as an EPSG code.
"""
return self._crs
@property
def bounds(self):
"""
tuple: The ``(min_x, min_y, max_x, max_y)`` of the area covered by
this DLTile, in the UTM coordinate reference system given in
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.DLTile.bounds_crs`.
"""
return self._bounds
@property
def bounds_crs(self):
"""
str: The coordinate reference system of the
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.DLTile.bounds`,
given as an EPSG code (like :const:`EPSG:32615`).
A DLTile's CRS is always UTM.
"""
return self._bounds_crs
@property
def geometry(self):
"""
shapely.geometry.Polygon: The polygon covered by this DLTile
in WGS84 (lat-lon) coordinates
"""
return self._geometry
@property
def zone(self):
"""int: The UTM zone of this tile"""
return self._zone
@property
def ti(self):
"""int: The y-index of this tile in its grid"""
return self._ti
@property
def tj(self):
"""int: The x-index of this tile in its grid"""
return self._tj
@property
def raster_params(self):
"""
dict: The properties of this DLTile,
as keyword arguments to use for `Raster.ndarray` or `Raster.raster`.
"""
return {
**super().raster_params,
"dltile": self._key,
# QUESTION: shouldn't align_pixels be True?
# based on the GDAL documentation for `-tap`, seems like that should be true
# to ensure that pixels of images with different resolutions/projections
# are aligned with the same dltile. otherwise, pixel (0,0) in 1 image could be at
# different coordinates than the other
"align_pixels": False,
}
@property
def geotrans(self):
"""
tuple: The 6-tuple GDAL geotrans for this DLTile in the shape
``(a, b, c, d, e, f)`` where
| a is the top left pixel's x-coordinate
| b is the west-east pixel resolution
| c is the row rotation, always 0 for DLTiles
| d is the top left pixel's y-coordinate
| e is the column rotation, always 0 for DLTiles
| f is the north-south pixel resolution, always a negative value
"""
if self._geotrans is None:
return None
return tuple(self._geotrans)
@property
def proj4(self):
"""str: PROJ.4 definition for this DLTile's coordinate reference system"""
return self._proj4
@property
def wkt(self):
"""str: OGC Well-Known Text definition for this DLTile's coordinate reference system"""
return self._wkt
@property
def __geo_interface__(self):
"""dict: :py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.DLTile.geometry` as a GeoJSON Polygon"""
return self._geometry.__geo_interface__
[docs]class XYZTile(GeoContext):
"""
A GeoContext for XYZ tiles, such as those used in web maps.
The tiles are always 256x256 pixels, in the spherical Mercator
or "Web Mercator" coordinate reference system (:const:`EPSG:3857`).
"""
__slots__ = ("_x", "_y", "_z")
def __init__(self, x, y, z, all_touched=False):
"""
Parameters
----------
x: int
X-index of the tile (increases going east)
y: int
Y-index of the tile (increases going south)
z: int
Zoom level of the tile
all_touched: bool, default False
If True, this ensures that any source pixel which intersects the
AOI GeoContext contributes to the raster result. Normally this mode is
not enabled, and its use is strongly discouraged. However, it can be
useful when the AOI is smaller than a source pixel, which under many
situations will return no result at all (i.e. entirely masked).
"""
self._x = x
self._y = y
self._z = z
super(XYZTile, self).__init__(all_touched=all_touched)
@property
def x(self):
"int: X-index of the tile (increases going east)"
return self._x
@property
def y(self):
"int: Y-index of the tile (increases going south)"
return self._y
@property
def z(self):
"int: Zoom level of the tile"
return self._z
[docs] def parent(self):
"The parent XYZTile enclosing this one"
return self.__class__(*mercantile.parent(self._x, self._y, self._z))
[docs] def children(self):
"List of child XYZTiles contained within this one"
return [
self.__class__(*t) for t in mercantile.children(self._x, self._y, self._z)
]
@property
def geometry(self):
"""
shapely.geometry.Polygon: The polygon covered by this XYZTile
in :const:`WGS84` (lat-lon) coordinates
"""
return shapely.geometry.box(*mercantile.bounds(self._x, self._y, self._z))
@property
def bounds(self):
"""
tuple: The ``(min_x, min_y, max_x, max_y)`` of the area covered by
this XYZTile, in spherical Mercator coordinates (EPSG:3857).
"""
return tuple(mercantile.xy_bounds(self._x, self._y, self._z))
@property
def crs(self):
"""
str: Coordinate reference system into which common.geo will be projected.
Always :const:`EPSG:3857` (spherical Mercator, aka "Web Mercator")
"""
return "EPSG:3857"
@property
def bounds_crs(self):
"""
str: The coordinate reference system of the
:py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.XYZTile.bounds`.
Always :const:`EPSG:3857` (spherical Mercator, aka "Web Mercator")
"""
return "EPSG:3857"
@property
def tilesize(self):
"""
int: Length of each side of the tile, in pixels. Always 256.
"""
return 256
@property
def resolution(self):
"""
float: Distance, in meters, that the edge of each pixel represents in the
spherical Mercator ("Web Mercator", EPSG:3857) projection.
"""
num_tiles = 1 << self.z
return EARTH_CIRCUMFERENCE_WGS84 / num_tiles / self.tilesize
@property
def __geo_interface__(self):
"dict: :py:attr:`~descarteslabs.common.geo.geocontext.XYZTile.geometry` as a GeoJSON Polygon"
return self.geometry.__geo_interface__
@property
def raster_params(self):
"""
dict: The properties of this XYZTile,
as keyword arguments to use for `Raster.ndarray` or `Raster.raster`.
"""
return {
**super().raster_params,
"bounds": self.bounds,
"srs": self.crs,
"bounds_srs": self.bounds_crs,
"align_pixels": False,
"resolution": self.resolution,
}
```