# COMBI tutorial

This service provides an RGB full resolution combination of bands from single or multiple EO data products (optical or radar). The output has the finest resolution as of the input data (only if all selected bands are coming from the same sensor).

COMBI service description and specifications are available in this section.

## Select the processing service

After the opening of the activation workspace, in the right panel of the interface, open the Processing Services tab.

Select the processing service Multi-Sensor Band Composite.

The "Multi-Sensor Band Composite (COMBI)" panel is displayed with a series of parameters values to be filled-in.

## Find the data using multiple filter criterias

• Select the area for which you want to do an analysis, e.g over Jibal aj Jabalen in Sudan.

• From the Navigation and Search toolbar (located in the upper left side of the map), click on Spatial Filter and draw a square near the city of Jibal aj Jabalen around the White Nile river. This spatial filter allows you to select only the EO data acquired over this area.

• From the top of the left panel, use Filter Criterias to search for “Optical” and "Kanopus-V" data collections from the list.

• After the query the list will be updates as the one shown in the next image.

## Fill the paramters

After the definition of spatial and time filters, you can employ COMBI, by combining, for example, three pan assets from a set of three Panchromatic images from Kanopus-V data to generate a multitemporal RGB composite. The first one can be the Kanopus-V No.3 PAN image acquired on 2021/09/12 at 08:58:58, the second one can be the Kanopus-V No.5 PAN image acquired on 2021/09/16 at 09:04:20, and the third one the Kanopus-V No.4 PAN image acquired on 2021/09/20 at 09:08:36.

To do so you can fill the parameters as described in the following sections.

### Job name

• Insert as job name:
COMBI Kanopus-V PANs Flood in Sudan 2021


### Reference input

1. Drag and Drop the band pan from the assets of the Kanopus-V Dataset layer in the RED channel field.
2. Drag and Drop the band pan from the assets of the Kanopus-V Dataset layer in the GREEN channel field.
3. Drag and Drop the band pan from the assets of the Kanopus-V Dataset layer in the BLUE channel field.

Warning

Drag and drop the single-band asset (e.g. "pan") and not the Dataset (e.g. "[CD] KANOPUS-V MSS-PSS L2B 2021/09/16 09:04:20") into the R- G-, B-channel fields.

### Color operations

This is an optional parameter dedicated to the color formula. If needed, the following color formula can be inserted: “Gamma RGB 1.5 Sigmoidal RGB 10 0.3 Saturation 1”.

Note

This parameter is optional.

### Area of interest expressed in WKT

The “Area of interest as Well Known Text” can be defined by using the drawn polygon defined with the area filter.

Tip

To automatically define the WKT values click on the Magic tool wizard button in the left side of the "Area of interest expressed as Well-known text" box and select the option AOI from the list. The platform will automatically fill the parameter value with the rectangular bounding box taken from current search area in WKT format.

Note

This parameter is optional.

## Run the job

Click on the button Run Job and see the Running Job

You can monitor job progress through the progress bar.

## Results

Once the job is completed, click on the button Show results in the processing service tab.

See the result on the map, the preview appears within the area defined in the spatial filter.

Tip

You can also save the parameters employed in this job by clicking on the Export params button in the right panel. This allows you to copy all your entries to the clipboard. This is meant to be used for a quick re-submission of a similar job after a fine tuning of the parameters (e.g. to add a color formula later).

Below is reported the syntax which includes all the parameters employed in this example.

{
"red_channel": "https://catalog.disasterscharter.org:443//charter/cat/[chartercalibrateddataset,%7Bcallid842%7D]/search?format=json&uid=call842_KV3_20030_20030_01_3NP2_07_ORT-calibrated#pan",
"green_channel": "https://catalog.disasterscharter.org:443//charter/cat/[chartercalibrateddataset,%7Bcallid842%7D]/search?format=json&uid=call842_KV5_15083_15082_01_3NP2_07_ORT-calibrated#pan",
"blue_channel": "https://catalog.disasterscharter.org:443//charter/cat/[chartercalibrateddataset,%7Bcallid842%7D]/search?format=json&uid=call842_KV4_20162_20153_01_3NP2_07_ORT-calibrated#pan",
"aoi": "POLYGON((32.681 12.689,32.681 12.779,32.868 12.779,32.868 12.689,32.681 12.689))"
}


### Visualization

• See the result on the map. The preview appears within the area defined in the spatial filter.

• To get more information about the product just click on the preview in the map, a bubble showing the name of the layer “Band Combination from KV3_20030_20030_01_3NP2_07_ORT-calibrated and KV5_15083_15082_01_3NP2_07_ORT-calibrated and KV4_20162_20153_01_3NP2_07_ORT-calibrated” will appear and then click on the Show details button.

Tip

To quickly access Product Details double click on the layer from the Results list.

• In the left panel of the interface, the details of Job Result will appear with Product metadata. Furthermore by clicking on Layer styling you can also access to the View options. In here it is possible to see histogram/s of the Product which is visible in the map, set color formula, change Filters (e.g. Brightness, Opacity).

Tip

To visually compare the product overview with the underlying base layer (e.g. e.g. Natural Earth or Dark map)) you can set the Opacity filter under View options as 60%.

• It is also possible to customize the overview on the fly by clicking on Layer Styling and Combine Assets. Min and Max values can be changed for RGB histograms.