About remap L2 files in matlab

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About remap L2 files in matlab

by c_rojas » Sun Feb 20, 2022 11:49 pm America/New_York

I hope this is the right place to ask this. I have downloaded L2 files for remote sensing reflectances and I'm working to have a consistent projection of the images. Using Matlab I have created a grid with a constant spacing (1km ~ 0.009º) and filled with the original data from the swaths:

dx = .009;
dy = .009;
[lnn,ltn] = meshgrid(30:dx:40,20:dy:35);

However, comparing two swaths one fill the grid in a more realistic way than the other even when they both have similar data coverage: In the image attached, in region (a) and (b) there were similar original data coverage but (b) is more consistent with the original data than (a). Hence my question, Is my kind of projection the right choice? Is there any remap technique advised to be used?
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Re: About remap L2 files in matlab

by ASDC - ingridgs » Thu Jul 07, 2022 11:33 am America/New_York

Hello user,

Pardon us for the late answer. I just came across your posting.
Has your question been solved?
If not, please let me know the product name you used.

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Re: About remap L2 files in matlab

by c_rojas » Wed Jul 13, 2022 2:45 am America/New_York

Hi. This was a long time ago but I've downloaded L2 files from MODIS.

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