Basic processing of Sentinel-1 SAR datasets using ESA’s Sentinel-1 Toolbox
In this second part of the Sentinel-1 tutorial we will go through some simple steps to pre-process, georeference and export the data we downloaded using the procedures described in the previous post. To this end, we will use SNAP (Sentinels Application Platform), a free software package that you can download here.
We begin by downloading and installing the SNAP software package from the above mentioned webpage. You will have to enter your name and e-mail address, and will then receive a message in your mailbox with a link to download the executable. Choose the one that is right for your specific platform. Installation is straightforward, at least in Linux, the platform I use. Important: at the beginning of the installation check the boxes that tell the program to also install the toolbox for Sentinel-1.
Start SNAP. It is fairly rich in options, but the graphical user interface is…
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