Hello there

I'm working on a project , Internet speed is very good but the graphics too late opening ( NDVI ,NDWI ,EVI vs)

What is the problem , I would be glad if you help , thank you...

asked 23 Jun '16, 12:01

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Hi,

I think that this is a genral problem with Google Earth Engine being a bit slow.

You could try changing the standard Google Earth Engine script being loaded by Collect Earth.

To do this you need to edit the survey and add a modified script.

The script that is loaded in Google Earth Engine is actually a freemarker-template type of text file. The original one that is used by Collect Earth, located in C:\OpenForis\CollectEarth\resources\eePlaygroundScript.fmt . This script contains a lot of graphs and layers that may take a while to load.

This is an example (link to file) of a simplified script that only loads the Landsat 7 and Modis NDVI graphs from 2000 onwards. Yo can download it and use it instead for your survey!

IMPORTANT: If you modify the script freemarker-template make sure not to remove the lines where the plot variable is declared,

HOW TO USE YOUR OWN SCRIPT IN A SURVEY!!!

In Collect you have the option to add your own script file in the main page of the Survey Designer.

Afterwards, export the survey as a CEP file and load it through Collect Earth.

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Important here to select that the file is of type "Earth Engine"

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answered 27 Jun '16, 21:49

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El otro tema importante a considerar son las lineas en donde se llama a las coordenadas desde el CSV.

Saludos Cordiales.

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