HYDRAFloods is an open source Python app that uses openly available NASA data from Landsat, VIIRS, MODIS, Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2. However, it runs via Google Earth Engine. In an earlier post on this forum, using Google Earth Engine wasn’t highly recommended. It seems though that this app’s use of the Engine isn’t limiting the openness of the science (it’s free and publicly available especially since I’m using it for noncommercial purposes). With this, can I use HYDRAFloods to build my visualization?
I am also thinking of using the open source geemap package which visualizes data with Google Earth Engine. Is geemap ok for this competition?
I look forward to hearing from you soon! Thanks!