OGGM joins CryoTools

With the ‘Open Global Glacier Model‘ a comprehensive modelling suite for physiographic glacier characteristics and medium to long term glacier changes joins our community. Based on a modular and highly automatized workflow realized in Python, OGGM provides routines for investigating a variety of glaciological parameters, including flowlines, altitude-area distributions, mass balance, and ice thickness.

Tutorial on OSARIS basics

A new tutorial is available, demonstrating how to create a new OSARIS project from scratch. It aims to enable users with few experience in Sentinel-1 data, interferometric processing, Linux command line, etc., to work with the software and thus contains a lot of details. To start the tutorial, you will only need a working installation …

OSARIS reaches milestone 0.7

After more than half a year of development, the new version represents a major step forward for the ‘Open Source SAR Investigation System’. Further automation substantially reduced manual configuration efforts, output data is now consistently stored as analysis-ready geocoded stacks, and processing efficiency was further increased. New features include: Automatic merging of Sentinel-1 swaths Automatic …

OSARIS v0.6 released

This new release features three new modules to generate a visual summary of processing results in PDF format, to crop grid files to given coordinates, and to calculate overview statistics for grid files. In addition, the modules directory now includes a template to create new modules. For details on additions, changes and fixed bugs, please …

OSARIS v0.5 released

Version 0.5 of the ‘Open Source SAR Investigation System‘ includes some major improvements, including: Cutting Sentinel-1 TOPS to area of interest Operational download of Sentinel-1 scenes from within the program New module ‘unstable coherence metric’ New module ‘simple persistent scatterer identification’ New module ‘homogenize unwrapped interferograms & los displacement’ And quite a lot of fixed …

“Cryo Tools” launch

Ignition and lift off. It is1 November 2017 and we have just launched “Cryo Tools” as a platform for community-developed open source scientific software. Learn more about our software projects in the Tools section, find out who we are, why we do this, and how to participate on the About page, or scroll down to …