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User Requests from user tests February 2007

User 1:
 
.......................... 
Some additional tabs which I think would be useful are:
 
Company
Model or data  type (e.g. 3D deformation - fluid flow or 2D reactive transport or maps or )
Location or geographic region
 
I suppose all these things could go in description and they wouldn't always be used so if they are 
included it would be good if they could be left blank.
 
Also the things we talked about the other day with respect to directory structures would be nice.
 
Is it possible to modify the description of an existing published record?
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User 2:

Most of the large datasets we (Perth, Spectral Sensing Group) currently put on the SRB is airborne 
hyperspectral survey data. The data is provided to us by the survey company in the following format:  
 

+ Survey 1--+---Flight line 1---+- geocorrection
|            |                   +- radiance 
|            |                   +- reflectance
|            |
|            +---Flight line 2---+- geocorrection
|            |                   +- radiance 
|            |                   +- reflectance
|            |
|            +---Flight line N---+- geocorrection
|                                +- radiance 
|                                +- reflectance
|
+ Survey 2--+---Flight line 1---+- geocorrection
|            |                   +- radiance 
|            |                   +- reflectance
|            |
|            +---Flight line 2---+- geocorrection
|            |                   +- radiance 
|            |                   +- reflectance
|            |
|            +---Flight line N---+- geocorrection
|                                +- radiance 
|                                +- reflectance

Surveys are made of number of flightlines ( in the past  this has been in the range of 10-25). 
Each flightline is composed of a geocorrection, radiance and reflectance folder. The radiance 
and reflectance folders each contains a relatively large binary data file (+1Gb) and a number 
of smaller acsii header files (~5Kb).  Each survey is generally processed as a single entity.   

Typically we would probably upload and download a survey folder, although there would be 
instances where we try and download, say just all the reflectance folders and all the glt folders 
associated with the survey while maintaining the original folder hierarchy. Ryan and Rob did 
a data modelling exercise with us (Spectral Sensing Group ) about a year ago and produced 
the TWIKI site :

 https://cg-twiki.arrc.csiro.au/twiki/bin/view/Hyperspectral/IntroToHyperspectral

 

This may contain some additional information that may be useful or of interest to you. 
Ryan will probably need to give you access  but it’s got some good initial background information 
about way we do some of our processing.  

-- RyanFraser - 07 Mar 2007
Topic revision: r2 - 15 Oct 2010, UnknownUser
 

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