We offer several tools for free that you can use to visualize and analyze our data. Here they are:
We have two DEMO web clients that can be used to register parcels in our system and visualize & analyze their data. They are not a product as such and just provided to demonstrate the API functionalities. They are under continuous development and may change.
The Analyst's dashboard contains comprehensive data analysis features that enable you to dig deep into your parcel's data time series. You may use our Analyst's Dashboard for viewing and analyzing the advanced features of the agknow API here:
For example to use the Analyst's Dashboard with the DEMO key go to:
Our simpler Agknow client was designed for users that are not as advanced and simply want to register some parcels and visualize their data. You can find it here:
For example to use the Agknow client with the DEMO key go to:
The map widget is a java script library to easily display and compare image time series of the ag|knowledge service.
With this widget you are able to visualize the statistics of one or more parcels and products (NDVI, NDWI, etc.) from the ag|knowledge service.
It is customizeable via HTML attributes and supports the following modes:
visualizing all statistics graphs (min, max, mean, standard deviation) of one selectable remote sensing index of one parcel: "one-index"
visualizing all mean graphs from all remote sensing indices of one parcel: "many-indices"
visualizing mean graphs for a defined remote sensing index and a list of parcels: "many-parcels"
With this widget you are able to visualize the crop status (relative area under crops) of a certain date and parcel from the ag|knowledge service.
It is customizeable via HTML attributes and supports the following chart types:
GC GraphWidget v1 - deprecated
The graph widget is a java script library to easily display and compare time series graphs of the ag|knowledge service. It makes quantitative comparisons of vegetation vitality easy. You can compare several fields or years in one graph.
Just search for "agknow" of "geocledian" in the QGIS plugin manager and install "agknow for QGIS" like any other plugin.