InSAR Web Services Root URL: https://winsar.unavco.org
|InSAR Product Map||Seamless SAR Archive (SSARA) map interface|
|User's archived products||/insar/mine||List of your products archived (Login Required)|
Once the data products is uploaded, you can see all of your upload products HERE. On this page, you will see a table of your data products and which ones have a DOI. Clicking on a data product takes you to the product landing page, and below the map there will be a button.
Under the NASA Roses Access seamless SAR archive (SSARA) project (NNX12AF62A), a user-contributed InSAR archive for interferograms, time series, and other derived data products has been developed at UNAVCO. The hierarchical data format release 5 (HDF5) is the preferred format for InSAR data products because it provides a more robust set of features for storing data. HDF5 has been adopted by the Alaska Satellite Facility (ASF) and is also used in InSAR time series analysis software packages such as GIAnT from Caltech. When dealing with a single geocoded interferogram, netCDF or HDF5 work equally well for storing the data. With more complicated scenarios such as stacks of interferograms or distribution of both geocoded and radar geometry interferograms, the hierarchical data features of HDF5 become important, in particular the ability to create groups within a single HDF5 file. The standard HDF5 data products provide all the necessary datasets and relevant metadata in a single file for distribution. Support for reading and writing HDF5 is available in many programming languages (C/C++, Fortran, Python, Java), and Matlab versions 7.3 and higher use an HDF5-based format for their MAT-file storage, thus providing native reading and writing of HDF5 files.