Notebooks are only enabled for users on specific demand. If you want notebook access, use the 'Request notebook access' form.
On https://notebooks.terrascope.be, you can login to the notebooks application with your Terrascope username and password, which is the same account as used on www.vito-eodata.be or PROBA-V MEP.
By default, some sample notebooks are provided under folder Private/notebook-samples. You may want to run git pull inside this directory to get the latest version.
The samples are subdivided in two sections:
- datasets: notebooks using either Sentinel or PROBA-V data
- tools: notebooks using tools provided by the Terrascope platform (e.g. SNAP, R, catalogclient, etc ...)
Notebooks can be shared with other Terrascope users by moving them to the Public folder. Your notebook then becomes accessible for other users under folder /data/users/<your_username>/<path_to_notebook>.
Installing additional packages
You can install additional Python packages. For a Python 2.7 notebook, include a cell like this to install the mpld3 library:
! pip27 install --user mpld3
The notebook environment also supports opening a terminal, in which this command can be executed as well. Packages are installed in your home directory, which is persistent across notebook restarts.