Source code for eoreader.products.sar.tsx_product

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TerraSAR-X products.
More info `here <>`_.
import logging
import warnings
from datetime import datetime
from enum import unique
from typing import Union

import geopandas as gpd
import rasterio
from lxml import etree
from sertit import vectors
from sertit.misc import ListEnum

from eoreader.exceptions import InvalidProductError, InvalidTypeError
from eoreader.products.sar.sar_product import SarProduct, SarProductType
from eoreader.utils import DATETIME_FMT, EOREADER_NAME

LOGGER = logging.getLogger(EOREADER_NAME)

# Disable georef warnings here as the SAR products are not georeferenced
warnings.filterwarnings("ignore", category=rasterio.errors.NotGeoreferencedWarning)

[docs]@unique class TsxProductType(ListEnum): """ TerraSAR-X projection identifier. Take a look `here <>`_ """ SSC = "SSC" """Single Look Slant Range, Complex representation""" MGD = "MGD" """Multi Look Ground Range, Detected representation""" GEC = "GEC" """Geocoded Ellipsoid Corrected, Detected representation""" EEC = "EEC" """Enhanced Ellipsoid Corrected, Detected representation"""
[docs]@unique class TsxSensorMode(ListEnum): """ TerraSAR-X sensor mode. Take a look `here <>`_ """ HS = "HS" """High Resolution Spotlight""" SL = "SL" """Spotlight""" ST = "ST" """Staring Spotlight""" SM = "SM" """Stripmap""" SC = "SC" """ScanSAR"""
[docs]@unique class TsxPolarization(ListEnum): """ TerraSAR-X polarization mode. Take a look `here <>`_ """ SINGLE = "S" """"Single Polarization""" DUAL = "D" """"Dual Polarization""" QUAD = "Q" """"Quad Polarization""" TWIN = "T" """"Twin Polarization"""
[docs]class TsxProduct(SarProduct): """Class for TerraSAR-X Products""" def _set_resolution(self) -> float: """ Set product default resolution (in meters) .. WARNING:: - We assume being in High Resolution (except for WV where we must be in medium resolution) - Incidence angle: we consider the best option, around 55 degrees """ def_res = None # Read metadata try: root, _ = self.read_mtd() image_data = root.find(".//imageDataInfo") def_res = float(image_data.findtext(".//rowSpacing")) # Square pixels except (InvalidProductError, TypeError): raise InvalidProductError( "imageDataInfo or rowSpacing not found in metadata !" ) return def_res def _post_init(self) -> None: """ Function used to post_init the products (setting product-type, band names and so on) """ # Private attributes self._raw_band_regex = "*IMAGE_{}_*.tif" self._band_folder = self.path.joinpath("IMAGEDATA") self._snap_path = + ".xml" # Zipped and SNAP can process its archive self.needs_extraction = False # Post init done by the super class super()._post_init()
[docs] def wgs84_extent(self) -> gpd.GeoDataFrame: """ Get the WGS84 extent of the file before any reprojection. This is useful when the SAR pre-process has not been done yet. .. code-block:: python >>> from eoreader.reader import Reader >>> path = r"TSX1_SAR__MGD_SE___SM_S_SRA_20160229T223018_20160229T223023" >>> prod = Reader().open(path) >>> prod.wgs84_extent() geometry 0 POLYGON ((106.65491 -6.39693, 106.96233 -6.396... Returns: gpd.GeoDataFrame: WGS84 extent as a gpd.GeoDataFrame """ # Open extent KML file try: extent_file = next(self.path.glob("**/*SUPPORT/GEARTH_POLY.kml")) except IndexError as ex: raise InvalidProductError( f"Extent file (products.kml) not found in {self.path}" ) from ex extent_wgs84 = return gpd.GeoDataFrame(geometry=extent_wgs84.geometry,
def _set_product_type(self) -> None: """Set products type""" # Get MTD XML file root, _ = self.read_mtd() # Open identifier try: prod_type = root.findtext(".//productVariant") except TypeError: raise InvalidProductError("mode not found in metadata !") self.product_type = TsxProductType.from_value(prod_type) if self.product_type == TsxProductType.MGD: self.sar_prod_type = SarProductType.GDRG elif self.product_type in TsxProductType.SSC: self.sar_prod_type = SarProductType.CPLX else: raise NotImplementedError( f"{self.product_type.value} product type is not available for {}" ) if self.product_type != TsxProductType.MGD: LOGGER.warning( "Other products type than MGD has not been tested for %s data. " "Use it at your own risks !", self.platform.value, ) def _set_sensor_mode(self) -> None: """ Get products type from TerraSAR-X products name (could check the metadata too) """ # Get MTD XML file root, _ = self.read_mtd() # Open identifier try: imaging_mode = root.findtext(".//imagingMode") except TypeError: raise InvalidProductError("imagingMode not found in metadata !") # Get sensor mode try: self.sensor_mode = TsxSensorMode.from_value(imaging_mode) except ValueError as ex: raise InvalidTypeError(f"Invalid sensor mode for {}") from ex
[docs] def get_datetime(self, as_datetime: bool = False) -> Union[str, datetime]: """ Get the product's acquisition datetime, with format `YYYYMMDDTHHMMSS` <-> `%Y%m%dT%H%M%S` .. code-block:: python >>> from eoreader.reader import Reader >>> path = r"TSX1_SAR__MGD_SE___SM_S_SRA_20160229T223018_20160229T223023" >>> prod = Reader().open(path) >>> prod.get_datetime(as_datetime=True) datetime.datetime(2016, 2, 29, 22, 30, 18) >>> prod.get_datetime(as_datetime=False) '20160229T223018' Args: as_datetime (bool): Return the date as a datetime.datetime. If false, returns a string. Returns: Union[str, datetime.datetime]: Its acquisition datetime """ # Get MTD XML file root, _ = self.read_mtd() # Open identifier try: acq_date = root.findtext(".//start/timeUTC") except TypeError: raise InvalidProductError("start/timeUTC not found in metadata !") # Convert to datetime date = datetime.strptime(acq_date, "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S.%fZ") if not as_datetime: date = date.strftime(DATETIME_FMT) return date
def _read_mtd(self) -> (etree._Element, dict): """ Read metadata and outputs the metadata XML root and its namespaces as a dict .. code-block:: python >>> from eoreader.reader import Reader >>> path = r"TSX1_SAR__MGD_SE___SM_S_SRA_20200605T042203_20200605T042211" >>> prod = Reader().open(path) >>> prod.read_mtd() (<Element level1Product at 0x1b845b7ab88>, {}) Returns: (etree._Element, dict): Metadata XML root and its namespaces """ mtd_from_path = f"{}.xml" return self._read_mtd_xml(mtd_from_path)