Earth observation data cubes from GDAL image collections


gdalcubes - Earth observation data cubes from GDAL image collections

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gdalcubes is a library to represent collections of Earth Observation (EO) images as on demand data cubes (or multidimensional arrays). Users define data cubes by spatiotemporal extent, resolution, and spatial reference system and let gdalcubes read only relevant parts of the data and simultaneously apply reprojection, resampling, and cropping (using gdalwarp). Data cubes may be simply exported as NetCDF files or directly streamed chunk-wise into external software such as R or Python. The library furthermore implements simple operations to reduce data cubes over time, to apply pixel-wise arithmetic expressions, and to filter by space, time, and bands.

gdalcubes is not a database, i.e., it does not need to store additional copies of the imagery but instead simply links to and indexes existing files / GDAL datasets. Using GDAL virtual file systems, it can directly access data in cloud storage and run computations in distributed environments with gdalcubes_server and Docker.

The library is written in C++ and includes a basic command line interface and an R package. A python package is planned for the future. gdalcubes is licensed under the MIT license.

Core features:

  • Create image collections that link to and index existing imagery from local files or cloud storage
  • Read multitemporal, multispectral image collections as on demand data cubes with desired spatiotemporal resolution, extent, and map projection
  • Abstract from complexities in the data like different map projections for adjacent images and different resolutions for different bands
  • Stream chunks of data cubes to external programs (e.g. R, python)
  • Scale computations on data cubes in distributed environments with gdalcubes_server and Docker (yet experimental)


Installation from sources

gdalcubes uses CMake and can be compiled with a typical CMake workflow as listed below.

git clone && cd gdalcubes
mkdir -p build 
cd build 
sudo make install

You might need to install a few libraries before compiling gdalcubes successfully. On Ubuntu apt install libgdal-dev libnetcdf-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libsqlite3-dev will install all libraries needed to compile the core gdalcubes library. If you want to compile the command line interface, you will furthermore need apt install libboost-program-options-dev libboost-system-dev and running gdalcubes as a server additionally requires apt install libcpprest-dev.

Docker image

This repository includes a Docker image which you can use either to run the gdalcubes command line interface interactively or to run gdalcubes_server as a service for distributed processing. The commands below demonstrate how to build the image and run a container. Notice that the image builds GDAL from sources, which might take up to 30 minutes.

git clone && cd gdalcubes 
docker build -t appelmar/gdalcubes .
docker run -d -p 11111:1111 appelmar/gdalcubes # runs gdalcubes_server as a deamon 
docker run appelmar/gdalcubes /bin/bash # get a command line where you can run gdalcubes 

R package

The gdalcubes R package is hosted on It includes a Dockerfile that runs RStudio Server with the gdalcubes R package.


More detailed information can be found at the documentation page under


The library is still in an early development version. Major changes are possible to make gdalcubes more user-friendly, more stable, faster, and more robust. The documentation is also preliminary and not yet complete.


gdalcubes uses the following open source libraries. Detailed licensing and copyright information can be found at and in LICENSE_THIRDPARTY.

GDAL: A translator library for raster and vector geospatial data formats


SQLite: A self-contained, high-reliability, embedded, full-featured, public-domain, SQL database engine

CURL: Command line tool and library for transferring data with URLs

TinyExpr: A very small recursive descent parser and evaluation engine for math expressions

netCDF: The Unidata network Common Data Form C library

tiny-process-library: A small platform independent library making it simple to create and stop new processes in C++

Catch2: A modern, C++-native, header-only, test framework for unit-tests, TDD and BDD

Date: A date and time library based on the C++11/14/17 header




  • Problem with axis order

    Problem with axis order

    Dear author Your project is just greath Using new versions of proj, from GDAL, the first axis in geographic CRSs is latitude and the second axis es longitude. I think the solution is compile including an easy change: srs.SetAxisMappingStrategy(OAMS_TRADITIONAL_GIS_ORDER) in every OGRSpatialReference object after before Best David

    opened by DavidHernandezLopez 12
  • Maintain date format in cube-view attributes when using monthly aggregation

    Maintain date format in cube-view attributes when using monthly aggregation

    Hi! We produced a set of pipeable functions out of the gdalcubes image acquisition workflow. In this we generate the STAC query from the cube-view object. Recently we used monthly aggregation for the first time and discovered that t0 and t1 of the cube-view get shortened to only include year and month. This causes the successive STAC search to crash as it requires the format YYYY-mm-dd (see error message).

    Therefore our question: Is this shortening necessary? Or could the time period be kept as it is specified by the user like e.g. when using “P30D”?


    ext = list(4403205, 2961338, 4403379, 2961503)
    names(ext) = c("xmin", "ymin", "xmax", "ymax")
    ## output list
    cube_opts = list(
      "dx" = 10
      , "dy" = 10
      , "dt" = "P1M"
      , "aggregation" = "first"
      # , "resampling" = resampling
      , "period" = c("2021-01-01", "2021-08-15")
    ## define cube view
    cv_args = list(
      srs = "EPSG:3035"
      , dx = cube_opts$dx
      , dy = cube_opts$dy
      , dt = cube_opts$dt
      , aggregation = cube_opts$aggregation
      # , resampling = cube_opts$resampling
      , extent = list(
        t0 = as.character(cube_opts$period[1])
        , t1 = as.character(cube_opts$period[2])
        , left = ext[["xmin"]]
        , right = ext[["xmax"]]
        , top = ext[["ymax"]]
        , bottom = ext[["ymin"]]
    cv =, args = cv_args)
    #> List of 4
    #>  $ space      :List of 9
    #>   ..$ right : num 4403382
    #>   ..$ left  : num 4403202
    #>   ..$ top   : num 2961506
    #>   ..$ bottom: num 2961336
    #>   ..$ nx    : num 18
    #>   ..$ ny    : num 17
    #>   ..$ srs   : chr "EPSG:3035"
    #>   ..$ dx    : num 10
    #>   ..$ dy    : num 10
    #>  $ time       :List of 4
    #>   ..$ t0: chr "2021-01"
    #>   ..$ t1: chr "2021-08"
    #>   ..$ dt: chr "P1M"
    #>   ..$ nt: num 8
    #>  $ aggregation: chr "first"
    #>  $ resampling : chr "near"
    #>  - attr(*, "class")= chr [1:2] "cube_view" "list"
    ## create stac query from cube view
    bbox = sf::st_bbox(
        xmin = cv$space$left
        , xmax = cv$space$right
        , ymax = cv$space$top
        , ymin = cv$space$bottom
      , crs = sf::st_crs(cv$space$srs)
    bbox = sf::st_as_sfc(bbox)
    bbox = sf::st_transform(bbox, crs = 4326)
    bbox = sf::st_bbox(bbox, crs = 4326)
    stacURL = ""
    collections = "sentinel-s2-l2a-cogs"
    query = rstac::stac(base_url = stacURL)
    query = rstac::stac_search(
      q = query,
      collections = collections
      , bbox = as.numeric(bbox)
      , datetime = paste0(cv$time$t0, "/", cv$time$t1)
      , limit = 500)
    #> Error: The date time provided not follow the RFC 3339 format,please check the RFC 3339 rules.
    # items = rstac::post_request(q = query)

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    opened by carostolle 4
  • GDAL3 and PROJ6 issues

    GDAL3 and PROJ6 issues

    Running gdalcubes with GDAL3 and proj6 currently shows some problems:

    1. The extent of images in collections has swapped x and y axes (due to axis order in EPSG:4326)
    2. Reading image collections with gdalwarp tends to be significantly slower (seems to be related to proj, maybe just some sqlite mutex waits, needs more testing).

    This issue aims at collecting further related problems and developing ideas how to solve these.

    opened by appelmar 3
  • Image collection for MOD13Q1

    Image collection for MOD13Q1

    Hi, Marius and Edzer, Congratulation for the gdalcubes package!! Great work!! I am starting to work on integrating "gdalcubes" with the SITS (Satellite Image Time Series) package, available on One of the data sets we use a lot is MOD13Q1, which provides 250 m resolution imagery (see for example, Would it be asking too much from you to include the MOD13Q1 format in your image collection format?

    opened by gilbertocamara 3
  • Windows compilation

    Windows compilation

    There are currently a few issues with compiling gdalcubes on Windows with MinGW:

    • The object file apply_pixel.obj leads to "too many sections" errors, which can only be solved using -Wa,-mbig-obj on x64 builds

    • Compiling the currently required Boost libraries is time consuming, openly available binaries use MSVC mostly

    • Linking the shared DLL did not work (the static .a does) and was canceled after 2 days (ld was still busy)#

    Solutions to these problems might refer to #10 by reducing external dependencies.

    Builds with MSVC have not been tried yet, because the R toolchain for package compilation uses MinGW.

    opened by appelmar 3
  • Reduce external dependencies

    Reduce external dependencies

    Consider rewriting parts to reduce the number of external dependencies:

    • [x] use GDAL's VSI and CPL implementation for filesystem access instead of Boost::filesystem
    • [ ] check for header-only CLI tools instead of boost::program_options
    • [x] rewrite streaming with
    • [x] use (which becomes part of std for C++20?) instead of boost::datetime
    • [ ] Include SQLite amalgamation (see in source tree (is this really useful?)
    opened by appelmar 3
  • Sentinel 2 unzipped SAFE not read

    Sentinel 2 unzipped SAFE not read

    I'm trying to read into an image collection a list of directories of (unzipped) Sentinel 2 data. I get an empty collection. However the same procedure run on zipped files works. My workflow begins with the R package sen2r to download the tiles, and this package automatically unzips the the downloaded file into a *.SAFE directory. So I need gdalcubes to read in the SAFE dir.

    Here's what happens:

    S2_SAFE_list = list.files(path = S2_download_dir, pattern = ".*SAFE$",  full.names = TRUE)
     [1] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20190908T081601_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20190908T110603.SAFE"
     [2] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20190918T081601_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20190918T131954.SAFE"
     [3] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20190928T081721_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20190928T110727.SAFE"
     [4] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20191008T081831_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191008T110004.SAFE"
     [5] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20191018T081941_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191018T113720.SAFE"
     [6] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20191028T082041_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191028T095551.SAFE"
     [7] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20191107T082141_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191107T093242.SAFE"
     [8] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20191117T082221_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191117T114817.SAFE"
     [9] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2A_MSIL2A_20191127T082301_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191127T093536.SAFE"
    [10] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20190903T081609_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20190903T120314.SAFE"
    [11] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20190913T081609_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20190913T125058.SAFE"
    [12] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20190923T081639_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20190923T124312.SAFE"
    [13] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20191013T081859_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191013T124529.SAFE"
    [14] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20191023T082009_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191023T131005.SAFE"
    [15] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20191102T082009_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191102T111125.SAFE"
    [16] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20191112T082109_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191112T113452.SAFE"
    [17] "/media/micha/MY_DATA/Data/DWH/Sentinel2/S2B_MSIL2A_20191122T082149_N0213_R121_T36RXV_20191122T113933.SAFE"
    S2_collection = create_image_collection(files = S2_SAFE_list, format='Sentinel2_L2A', unroll_archives=TRUE, out_file=file.path(GIS_dir, "S2_collection.db"))
    0%   10   20   30   40   50   60   70   80   90   100%
    A GDAL image collection object, referencing 0 images with 0  bands
    [1] name     left     top      bottom   right    datetime srs     
    <0 rows> (or 0-length row.names)
    [1] name        offset      scale       unit        nodata      image_count
    <0 rows> (or 0-length row.names)

    Again, if I zip the SAFE directories, and make a list of the zipfiles, then create_image_collection() succeeds. Do I need to make any changes to the Sentinel_2A.json ?

    Thanks, Micha

    opened by micha-silver 2
  • add MCD64A1 collection format

    add MCD64A1 collection format

    • tested with data retrieved from
    • nodata values derived from
    opened by noerw 1
  • Support for GDAL subdatasets in collection creation

    Support for GDAL subdatasets in collection creation

    Currently, e.g. for MODIS HDF files, users need to take care about listing relevant subdatasets. Similar to how e.g. ZIP archives are automatically scanned, opened datasets could be checked for having subdatasets and, if available, these can be used as input to create the image collection.

    opened by appelmar 1
  • Environment variables with boost::process

    Environment variables with boost::process

    It seems that setting environment variables for child processes using boost::process::env["xxx"] produces buffer overflows (according to ASAN). We still use it because the found alternative with boost::this_process::environment().set() will cause debug build failures (pthread llinking) although it works fin in release mode.

    opened by appelmar 1
  • Default view for CLI with parameters nx, ny, gdalcubes create_view tool

    Default view for CLI with parameters nx, ny, gdalcubes create_view tool

    Instead of providing the data view as JSON file, a default view for an image collection with full extent and nx, ny arguments could be implemented. Similarly, a tool gdalcubes create_view with nx,ny, dx,dy, extent, and projetion parameters or web tile arguments would be useful.

    opened by appelmar 1
  • stac_image_collection crashing RStudio

    stac_image_collection crashing RStudio

    I've been going through the Geocomputation with R textbook and have run into an issue with gdalcubes crashing in the example script given here..

    s = stac("")
    items = s |>
      stac_search(collections = "sentinel-s2-l2a-cogs",
                  bbox = c(7.1, 51.8, 7.2, 52.8), 
                  datetime = "2020-01-01/2020-12-31") |>
      post_request() |> items_fetch()
    collection = stac_image_collection(items$features, 
                                       property_filter = function(x) {x[["eo:cloud_cover"]] < 10})

    RStudio crashes upon running stac_image_collection(). The RGui terminal also freezes. Not sure if this is overwhelming the RAM on my machine (32 GB) or what.

    Info (I actually have windows 11, not sure why it says Windows 10).

    > sessionInfo()
    R version 4.2.0 (2022-04-22 ucrt)
    Platform: x86_64-w64-mingw32/x64 (64-bit)
    Running under: Windows 10 x64 (build 22000)
    Matrix products: default
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    [2] LC_CTYPE=English_United States.utf8   
    [3] LC_MONETARY=English_United States.utf8
    [4] LC_NUMERIC=C                          
    [5] LC_TIME=English_United States.utf8    
    attached base packages:
    [1] stats     graphics  grDevices utils     datasets 
    [6] methods   base     
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    [73] fastmap_1.1.0      utf8_1.2.2        
    [75] rprojroot_2.0.3    KernSmooth_2.23-20
    [77] desc_1.4.1         stringi_1.7.8     
    [79] parallel_4.2.0     Rcpp_1.0.8.3      
    [81] vctrs_0.4.1        sf_1.0-7          
    [83] png_0.1-7          leaflet_2.1.1     
    [85] tidyselect_1.1.2   xfun_0.31  
    opened by Lvulis 0
  • Possibility to pipe raster cubes?

    Possibility to pipe raster cubes?

    We have a use case where we would like to take a land cover map, say at 250 meter resolution, isolate one category, and resample it at 1 km resolution to identify the proportion of 250 m pixels of that category within each 1km pixel. In other words, we would need to do something like

    prop12 <- raster_cube(col, cube_view(dx = 250, dy = 250, ....),...) |> 
    apply_pixel(function(v) {v[1]==12}) |> 
    raster_cube(cube_view(dx = 1000, dy = 1000, resampling='average',....),...)

    This is not possible, but is there another way of doing this without bringing the 250 m raster in memory ?

    opened by glaroc 5
  • Plot RGB don't work

    Plot RGB don't work


    I have donwloading this tile : "" on theia muscate. i create a db with this file : tile <- "SENTINEL2B_20210110-105806-431_L2A_T31TEM_D" img_mensuel_col <- gdalcubes::create_image_collection(paste0("/media/obstetar/Seagate Expansion Drive/shiny_cnes/data/", tile, ".zip"), "Sentinel2_L2A_THEIA", "/home/obstetar/Bureau/image_collection.db", unroll_archives = TRUE )

    vuem <- gdalcubes::cube_view( srs = "EPSG:2154", extent = list( left = 797972.4, right = 833590.6, top = 6621103.5, bottom = 6562586.2, t0 = strftime(as.Date(str_sub(tile, 12, 19), format = "%Y%m%d"), format = "%Y-%m-%d"), t1 = strftime(as.Date(str_sub(tile, 12, 19), format = "%Y%m%d"), format = "%Y-%m-%d") ), dx = 100, dt = "P1D", resampling = "bilinear", aggregation = "median", keep.asp = TRUE )

    s_rgb_preview <- gdalcubes::raster_cube(img_mensuel_col, vuem) %>% gdalcubes::select_bands(c("B2", "B3", "B4")) %>% plot(rgb = 3:1)

    All the plot is gray no color ??? Or with tile no problem @+

    opened by pobsteta 0
  • build fails on dev

    build fails on dev

    The build fails on dev (and master) because of

    example.cpp:36:10: fatal error: test_multiprocess.h: No such file or directory
     #include "test_multiprocess.h"

    Commenting out the include fixes the issue but the file seems redundant as part of the build for most users / devs.

    opened by normanb 0
  • Add date / time functions to `apply_pixel` and `filter_pixel`

    Add date / time functions to `apply_pixel` and `filter_pixel`

    Functions year(), month(), dayofyear(), dayofmonth(), and others related to time would be a nice addition for pixel-wise expressions, e.g. to be added as symbols in tinyexpr.

    opened by appelmar 0
  • Remove Aggregation and Resampling from Data Cube View

    Remove Aggregation and Resampling from Data Cube View

    Currently, aggregation and resampling methods are part of the data cube view. This has the following disadvantages:

    1. Methods cannot be specified per band.
    2. Reusing data cube views for different datasets might be limited if both datasets require different methods.

    It would be much cleaner to define aggregation and resampling methods as parameters to the image_collection_cube class. The data cube view definition should be completely independent from particular datasets.

    opened by appelmar 0
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