Hi, I wrote an algorithm in R, which is based on some published algorithms. I want to apply it to a very large geo-dataset. I wonder that if I can use algorithm packages in SEPAL like I do in R. Or I have to write every single formula like I do in GEE?

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Dear Guo

Can you help me understand more of what you're trying to do? You can run anything in R in SEPAL just as you would using R anywhere else. Using SEPAL you can, of course, start a large computer to run your code.

Are you wanting to process your data using GEE? Or SEPAL? Where does your data come from? Do you want to make a function in R and run the function on the large dataset?

Thanks for clarifying Erik

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