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This section describes the records set included in the response. \n\nStatistic | Description\n--- | ---\nrecordsReturned | This is the number of records in the response. \ntotalRecords | This is also the number of records in the response. See the \"note\" below.\ntypeCounts | This section shows the number of records by Type. A record typically has more than one type. \n\nThe example below is a response from a search request that looked for DigitalGlobeProducts. In this response:\n\n* The number of records returned is 358.\n* The total number of records  is 358 (see note below).\n* There are 154 records from the WORLDVIEW02 satellite.\n* There are 140 records from the WORLDVIEW01 satellite.\n* There are 24 records from the GEOEYE-1 satellite. \n* There are 33 VNIR (visible near infrared) records from the WORLDVIEW03 satellite.\n* There are 7 records from the QuickBird satellite.\n* All records in the response are DigitalGlobe products.\n* All records in the response are GBDX Catalog records.\n* All records in the response are Level 1B products. \n\nNote: recordsReturned and totalRecords currently show the same number. This is a known issue. Search results are always limited to 1000 records. When the number of records in a response hits this limit, both statistics will show the number 1000. If you add a \"limit\" to your search request, both numbers will show that limit. For example, if you set \"limit\"\n\n### Example search results statistics\n\n[block:code]\n{\n  \"codes\": [\n    {\n      \"code\": \"{\\n  \\\"stats\\\": {\\n    \\\"recordsReturned\\\": 358,\\n    \\\"totalRecords\\\": 358,\\n    \\\"typeCounts\\\": {\\n      \\\"WV02\\\": 154,\\n      \\\"WV01\\\": 140,\\n      \\\"DigitalGlobeProduct\\\": 358,\\n      \\\"GBDXCatalogRecord\\\": 358,\\n      \\\"GE01\\\": 24,\\n      \\\"1BProduct\\\": 358,\\n      \\\"WV03_VNIR\\\": 33,\\n      \\\"QB02\\\": 7\\n    }\\n  \",\n      \"language\": \"json\"\n    }\n  ]\n}\n[/block]\n\n\n\n## \"DG Product\" identifying information\nEach record includes the following:\n\nField | Value\n--- | ---\nidentifier | the identifier of the product. For example, \"1010010012B3F200_P003_PAN_054481010040\". See below for a description of the components of a product ID. \ntype | All types associated with this record. \n\n### Example DG Product identifying information\n[block:code]\n{\n  \"codes\": [\n    {\n      \"code\": \"  {\\n      \\\"identifier\\\": \\\"1010010012B3F200_P003_PAN_054481010040\\\",\\n      \\\"type\\\": [\\n        \\\"GBDXCatalogRecord\\\",\\n        \\\"QB02\\\",\\n        \\\"DigitalGlobeProduct\\\",\\n        \\\"1BProduct\\\"\\n      ],\",\n      \"language\": \"json\"\n    }\n  ]\n}\n[/block]\n\n\n\n## DG Product ID\nThe format of the product ID is:\n\n`<catid>_<part>_<band comb (MSI, PAN, SWR)>_<soli>`\n            \n  Example: 10300100301DCE00_P002_MUL_055825267010.\n\nIn this example:\n\nComponent | Value\n--- | ---\ncatid |10300100301DCE00\npart |002\nband combination | (MSI, PAN, SWR)\nsoli (sales order line item)|  055825267010\n\n## \"DG Product\" Properties\n\nProperty | Description | Values\n--- | --- | ---\nbands | Indicates panchromatic image or multispectral image | \"Pan\" or \"Multi\"\nbandsList | The specific bands that are part of this product. | Example: BAND_B,BAND_G,BAND_R,BAND_N\nbucketName | name of the AWS receiving bucket the product is stored in. | n/a\nbucketPrefix | The customer's AWS Prefix. This is typically the Account ID. | n/a\ncatalogID | The catalog ID for the acquisition this product is derived from. | Example catalog ID: 1020010007AF7100\ncloudCover | Estimate of the max cloud-covered fraction of the product component. | 0.000 to 1.000, -999.000 if not assessed.\nfootprintWkt | The spatial area for a search. A Well-Known Text (WKT) representation of the shape (footprint, geometry) that defines the Location | n/a\nimageFile | The product image. The file extension is .tiff. | n/a\noffNadirAngle | The spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the image center as seen from the spacecraft at the time the strip or substrip was acquired.| : ≥ 0.0, decimal points may vary.\npart |The part ID for an order.  | For this property, the value is a single digit. For example, part: 5. The part ID is indicated in the Product ID and the metadata file names as \"00x\", or in this example, \"005\".\nplatformName | See \"sensorPlatformName\". This field exists for backwards compatibility purposes only. | n/a\nproductLevel | At this time, Catalog V2 only catalogs Level 1B  products. A 1B product is a \"basic\" DigitalGlobe product. | 1B\nresolution | The resampled image pixel size derived from Ground Sample Distance (GSD).|Example: 0.588 \nsensorPlatformName | The name of the DigitalGlobe satellite that captured the acquisition this product is derived from. | See all DG satellites.\nsoli | Sales Order Line Item | Example: 055734390\nsunAzimuth | The azimuth of the sun as seen by an observer sitting on the target measured in a clockwise direction from north. | Range: 0.00000 – 360.00000\nsunElevation |The angle of the sun above the horizon.| Range: 0.00000 – 90.00000\ntimestamp | The timestamp on the acquisition the product is derived from. Example: 2014-07-12T17:40:46.000Z\nVendor | For products, the vendor is DigitalGlobe. | N/A\n\n\n### Image Support Data (DigitalGlobe Products)\nDigitalGlobe products have a set of metadata files called Image Support Data (ISD).  The files included with a DigitalGlobe product on GBDX are: \n\nFile | Details\n--- | ---\nattFile | Attitude File, File extension is Attitude File. The attitude file includes the time of first data point, the number of points, and the interval between the points and attitude information.\nbrowseJpgFile | Product Browse File, File extension is .JPG. The product browse file is a JPEG compressed browse image of the delivered product.\nephFile  | Ephemeris File, File extension is .EPH. The ephemeris file includes the time of first data point, the number of points, and the interval between the points and ephemeris information.\ngeoFile | Geometric Calibration File, File extension is .GEO. The geometric calibration file contains the standard photogrammetric parameters of a virtualcamera that models the corresponding camera and optical system for Basic Imagery products\nimdFile | Image Metadata Fle, File extension is .IMD. The image metadata file describes key attributes about the image product, including product level, corner coordinates, and projection information, and time of acquisition.\nreadmeTxtFile | Product Component Index File, File extension is .TXT.he README file provides copyright information and the names of the ISD files for a single product within a delivery.\nrpbFile | RPC00B File, File extension is .RPB. The RPC00B file contains the RPC information, which can be used to rectify the image. This is a mathematical mapping from object space coordinates to image space coordinates.\ntilFile | Tile Map File, File extension is .RPB. The tile map file assists the customer in determining what tile to ingest to look at a specific part of the order polygon.\nxmlFile | XML File, File extension is .XML. This file contains the same information as the combined README, Licensing, Image Metadata, Tile Map and RPC00Bfiles, in XML format. For Basic Imagery Products, the attitude, ephemeris, and geometric calibration file are included as well.\n\nThese files cannot be viewed in the GBDX Receiving Bucket, but they can be passed into a task. \n\ns3://bucketName/bucketPrefix/File name\n\nThe bucketName, bucketPrefix, and file name can all be found in the response body for a DigitalGlobeProduct.\n\n\n## \"DigitalGlobeAcquisition\" Properties\n\nProperty | Description | Values\n--- | --- | ---\nbrowseURL | This is the  browse url from the GBDX thumbnail service | ex. https://geobigdata.io/thumbnails/v1/browse/103001003778D300.large.png\ncatalogID |DigitalGlobe CatalogID for the raw data (acquisition). |Ex.: 1020010007AF7100\ncloudCover |Estimate of the max cloud-covered fraction of the product component. | 0.000 to 1.000, -999.000 if not assessed.\nfootprintWkt | The spatial area for a search. A Well-Known Text (WKT) representation of the shape (footprint, geometry) that defines the Location | n/a\nimageBands |See \"image bands\" section below |\nmultiResolution | multispectral resolution  |\nmultiResolution_end | |\nmultiResolution_max | |\nmultiResolution_min | |\nmultiResolution_start | |\noffNadirAngle |The spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the image center as seen from the spacecraft at the time the strip or substrip was acquired.| : ≥ 0.0, decimal points may vary.\noffNadirAngle_max |The minimum spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the product center-line as seen from thespacecraft. | 0.0 to 90.0\noffNadirAngle_end | |\noffNadirAngle_min | The maximum spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the product center-line as seen from the spacecraft. | 0.0 to 90.0\nOffNadirAngle_start | |\npanResolution |Panchromatic resolution |\npanResolution_end | |\npanResolution_max | |\npanResolution_min | |\npanResolution_start | |\nplatformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. platformName is in longhand, for example: WORLDVIEW02. This property is identical to \"sensorPlatformName\" below.| N/A\nscanDirection | The scan direction of the sensor when the acquisition was captured.|Values are \"Forward\" or \"Reverse\". The sensor platform Quickbird uses \"forward\" only. \nsensorPlatformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. sensorPlatformName is in longhand, for example: WORLDVIEW02. This property is identical to \"platformName\" above.| N/A\nstereoPair | Stereo pair data is not available on GBDX at this time. | N/A\nsunAzimuth | The azimuth of the sun as seen by an observer sitting on the target measured in a clockwise direction from north. | Range: 0.00000 – 360.00000\nsunAzimuth_max |Maximum azimuth angle of the sun measured from north clockwise. | 0.0 to 360.0\nsunAzimuth_min |Minimum azimuth angle of the sunmeasured from north clockwise. |0.0 to 360.0\nsunElevation |The angle of the sun above the horizon.| Range: 0.00000 – 90.00000\nsunElevation_max |Maximum azimuth angle of the sun measured from north clockwise. |0.0 to 360.0\nsunElevation_min |Minimum azimuth angle of the sun measured from north clockwise. |0.0 to 360.0\ntargetAzimuth |The azimuth of the target as seen by an observer sitting on the spacecraft measured in a clockwise direction from north. |\ntargetAzimuth_end | |\ntargetAzimuth_max | |\ntargetAzimuth_min | |\ntargetAzimuth_start | |\ntimestamp | The timestamp shows the date and time the acquisition data was collected|Ex. 2014-09-07T18:01:40.000Z\nvendor |The data provider|Ex. DigitalGlobe\n\n## Sensor Platforms and Image Bands\n \nSensorPlatformName |ImageBands |Description\n--- | ---\nQUICKBIRD02| Pan_MS1 |Multispectral, 4-band\nGEOEYE01 | Pan_MS1 | Multispectral, 4-band\nWORLDVIEW01 |Pan |Black & White (Panchromatic)\nWORLDVIEW02 |Pan_MS1_MS2 | Multispectral, 8-band\nWORLDVIEW03 | Pan_MS1_MS2, SWIR | Multispectral, 8-band; Shortwave infrared, 8-band,\n\n##Landsat 8 Data Properties\n\nLandsat08 data is cataloged by GBDX, and hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS). For information on how to access Landsat data, see https://aws.amazon.com/public-datasets/landsat/ . \n\nProperty | Description | Values\n--- | --- | ---\nvendor |The owner of the data| Landsat\nbrowseURL | The browse url for Landsat data is the full path to the AWS location where that image is hosted. See note above for how to access Landsat data. | Full path to s3 bucket.\ntimestamp | Timestamp for the Landsat acquisition | Ex: 2014-10-06T17:43:40.000Z\nbucketPrefix | The prefix location in the AWS bucket where the dta is stored. | L8/034/032/LC80340322014279LGN00\nfootprintWkt | The footprint WKT for the acquisition | Ex:\"MULTIPOLYGON(((-107.18734 39.23955, -107.18734 41.38135, -104.40773 41.38135, -104.40773 39.23955, -107.18734 39.23955)))\"\ncloudCover | | \ncatalogID | The identifier for this record in the GBDX catalog. | Ex: LC80340322014279LGN00\",\nbucketName | The AWS S3 bucket name where the data is stored | landsat-pds\npath | The path for to the Landsat scene. See [AWS documentation](https://aws.amazon.com/public-datasets/landsat/)| Ex: 39\nsensorPlatformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. sensorPlatformName and platformName have the same value.  | LANDSAT08\n multiResolution | multispectral resolution | numerical value, ex: \"30\"\n row | The row associated with the Landsat acquisition. see AWS documentation | Ex: 31\nplatformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. sensorPlatformName and platformName have the same value. | LANDSAT08\npanResolution | panchromatic resolution | numerical value, ex: \"30\"","excerpt":"","slug":"catalog-v2-record-metadata","type":"basic","title":"Catalog V2 Metadata"}

Catalog V2 Metadata


# Record Metadata Many of these definitions come from the ![DigitalGlobe Imagery Support Data Specification](https://dg-cms-uploads-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/document/file/106/ISD_External.pdf). ## Statistics Data The response body from a catalog search begins with a statistics section. This section describes the records set included in the response. Statistic | Description --- | --- recordsReturned | This is the number of records in the response. totalRecords | This is also the number of records in the response. See the "note" below. typeCounts | This section shows the number of records by Type. A record typically has more than one type. The example below is a response from a search request that looked for DigitalGlobeProducts. In this response: * The number of records returned is 358. * The total number of records is 358 (see note below). * There are 154 records from the WORLDVIEW02 satellite. * There are 140 records from the WORLDVIEW01 satellite. * There are 24 records from the GEOEYE-1 satellite. * There are 33 VNIR (visible near infrared) records from the WORLDVIEW03 satellite. * There are 7 records from the QuickBird satellite. * All records in the response are DigitalGlobe products. * All records in the response are GBDX Catalog records. * All records in the response are Level 1B products. Note: recordsReturned and totalRecords currently show the same number. This is a known issue. Search results are always limited to 1000 records. When the number of records in a response hits this limit, both statistics will show the number 1000. If you add a "limit" to your search request, both numbers will show that limit. For example, if you set "limit" ### Example search results statistics [block:code] { "codes": [ { "code": "{\n \"stats\": {\n \"recordsReturned\": 358,\n \"totalRecords\": 358,\n \"typeCounts\": {\n \"WV02\": 154,\n \"WV01\": 140,\n \"DigitalGlobeProduct\": 358,\n \"GBDXCatalogRecord\": 358,\n \"GE01\": 24,\n \"1BProduct\": 358,\n \"WV03_VNIR\": 33,\n \"QB02\": 7\n }\n ", "language": "json" } ] } [/block] ## "DG Product" identifying information Each record includes the following: Field | Value --- | --- identifier | the identifier of the product. For example, "1010010012B3F200_P003_PAN_054481010040". See below for a description of the components of a product ID. type | All types associated with this record. ### Example DG Product identifying information [block:code] { "codes": [ { "code": " {\n \"identifier\": \"1010010012B3F200_P003_PAN_054481010040\",\n \"type\": [\n \"GBDXCatalogRecord\",\n \"QB02\",\n \"DigitalGlobeProduct\",\n \"1BProduct\"\n ],", "language": "json" } ] } [/block] ## DG Product ID The format of the product ID is: `<catid>_<part>_<band comb (MSI, PAN, SWR)>_<soli>` Example: 10300100301DCE00_P002_MUL_055825267010. In this example: Component | Value --- | --- catid |10300100301DCE00 part |002 band combination | (MSI, PAN, SWR) soli (sales order line item)| 055825267010 ## "DG Product" Properties Property | Description | Values --- | --- | --- bands | Indicates panchromatic image or multispectral image | "Pan" or "Multi" bandsList | The specific bands that are part of this product. | Example: BAND_B,BAND_G,BAND_R,BAND_N bucketName | name of the AWS receiving bucket the product is stored in. | n/a bucketPrefix | The customer's AWS Prefix. This is typically the Account ID. | n/a catalogID | The catalog ID for the acquisition this product is derived from. | Example catalog ID: 1020010007AF7100 cloudCover | Estimate of the max cloud-covered fraction of the product component. | 0.000 to 1.000, -999.000 if not assessed. footprintWkt | The spatial area for a search. A Well-Known Text (WKT) representation of the shape (footprint, geometry) that defines the Location | n/a imageFile | The product image. The file extension is .tiff. | n/a offNadirAngle | The spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the image center as seen from the spacecraft at the time the strip or substrip was acquired.| : ≥ 0.0, decimal points may vary. part |The part ID for an order. | For this property, the value is a single digit. For example, part: 5. The part ID is indicated in the Product ID and the metadata file names as "00x", or in this example, "005". platformName | See "sensorPlatformName". This field exists for backwards compatibility purposes only. | n/a productLevel | At this time, Catalog V2 only catalogs Level 1B products. A 1B product is a "basic" DigitalGlobe product. | 1B resolution | The resampled image pixel size derived from Ground Sample Distance (GSD).|Example: 0.588 sensorPlatformName | The name of the DigitalGlobe satellite that captured the acquisition this product is derived from. | See all DG satellites. soli | Sales Order Line Item | Example: 055734390 sunAzimuth | The azimuth of the sun as seen by an observer sitting on the target measured in a clockwise direction from north. | Range: 0.00000 – 360.00000 sunElevation |The angle of the sun above the horizon.| Range: 0.00000 – 90.00000 timestamp | The timestamp on the acquisition the product is derived from. Example: 2014-07-12T17:40:46.000Z Vendor | For products, the vendor is DigitalGlobe. | N/A ### Image Support Data (DigitalGlobe Products) DigitalGlobe products have a set of metadata files called Image Support Data (ISD). The files included with a DigitalGlobe product on GBDX are: File | Details --- | --- attFile | Attitude File, File extension is Attitude File. The attitude file includes the time of first data point, the number of points, and the interval between the points and attitude information. browseJpgFile | Product Browse File, File extension is .JPG. The product browse file is a JPEG compressed browse image of the delivered product. ephFile | Ephemeris File, File extension is .EPH. The ephemeris file includes the time of first data point, the number of points, and the interval between the points and ephemeris information. geoFile | Geometric Calibration File, File extension is .GEO. The geometric calibration file contains the standard photogrammetric parameters of a virtualcamera that models the corresponding camera and optical system for Basic Imagery products imdFile | Image Metadata Fle, File extension is .IMD. The image metadata file describes key attributes about the image product, including product level, corner coordinates, and projection information, and time of acquisition. readmeTxtFile | Product Component Index File, File extension is .TXT.he README file provides copyright information and the names of the ISD files for a single product within a delivery. rpbFile | RPC00B File, File extension is .RPB. The RPC00B file contains the RPC information, which can be used to rectify the image. This is a mathematical mapping from object space coordinates to image space coordinates. tilFile | Tile Map File, File extension is .RPB. The tile map file assists the customer in determining what tile to ingest to look at a specific part of the order polygon. xmlFile | XML File, File extension is .XML. This file contains the same information as the combined README, Licensing, Image Metadata, Tile Map and RPC00Bfiles, in XML format. For Basic Imagery Products, the attitude, ephemeris, and geometric calibration file are included as well. These files cannot be viewed in the GBDX Receiving Bucket, but they can be passed into a task. s3://bucketName/bucketPrefix/File name The bucketName, bucketPrefix, and file name can all be found in the response body for a DigitalGlobeProduct. ## "DigitalGlobeAcquisition" Properties Property | Description | Values --- | --- | --- browseURL | This is the browse url from the GBDX thumbnail service | ex. https://geobigdata.io/thumbnails/v1/browse/103001003778D300.large.png catalogID |DigitalGlobe CatalogID for the raw data (acquisition). |Ex.: 1020010007AF7100 cloudCover |Estimate of the max cloud-covered fraction of the product component. | 0.000 to 1.000, -999.000 if not assessed. footprintWkt | The spatial area for a search. A Well-Known Text (WKT) representation of the shape (footprint, geometry) that defines the Location | n/a imageBands |See "image bands" section below | multiResolution | multispectral resolution | multiResolution_end | | multiResolution_max | | multiResolution_min | | multiResolution_start | | offNadirAngle |The spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the image center as seen from the spacecraft at the time the strip or substrip was acquired.| : ≥ 0.0, decimal points may vary. offNadirAngle_max |The minimum spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the product center-line as seen from thespacecraft. | 0.0 to 90.0 offNadirAngle_end | | offNadirAngle_min | The maximum spacecraft elevation angle measured from nadir to the product center-line as seen from the spacecraft. | 0.0 to 90.0 OffNadirAngle_start | | panResolution |Panchromatic resolution | panResolution_end | | panResolution_max | | panResolution_min | | panResolution_start | | platformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. platformName is in longhand, for example: WORLDVIEW02. This property is identical to "sensorPlatformName" below.| N/A scanDirection | The scan direction of the sensor when the acquisition was captured.|Values are "Forward" or "Reverse". The sensor platform Quickbird uses "forward" only. sensorPlatformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. sensorPlatformName is in longhand, for example: WORLDVIEW02. This property is identical to "platformName" above.| N/A stereoPair | Stereo pair data is not available on GBDX at this time. | N/A sunAzimuth | The azimuth of the sun as seen by an observer sitting on the target measured in a clockwise direction from north. | Range: 0.00000 – 360.00000 sunAzimuth_max |Maximum azimuth angle of the sun measured from north clockwise. | 0.0 to 360.0 sunAzimuth_min |Minimum azimuth angle of the sunmeasured from north clockwise. |0.0 to 360.0 sunElevation |The angle of the sun above the horizon.| Range: 0.00000 – 90.00000 sunElevation_max |Maximum azimuth angle of the sun measured from north clockwise. |0.0 to 360.0 sunElevation_min |Minimum azimuth angle of the sun measured from north clockwise. |0.0 to 360.0 targetAzimuth |The azimuth of the target as seen by an observer sitting on the spacecraft measured in a clockwise direction from north. | targetAzimuth_end | | targetAzimuth_max | | targetAzimuth_min | | targetAzimuth_start | | timestamp | The timestamp shows the date and time the acquisition data was collected|Ex. 2014-09-07T18:01:40.000Z vendor |The data provider|Ex. DigitalGlobe ## Sensor Platforms and Image Bands SensorPlatformName |ImageBands |Description --- | --- QUICKBIRD02| Pan_MS1 |Multispectral, 4-band GEOEYE01 | Pan_MS1 | Multispectral, 4-band WORLDVIEW01 |Pan |Black & White (Panchromatic) WORLDVIEW02 |Pan_MS1_MS2 | Multispectral, 8-band WORLDVIEW03 | Pan_MS1_MS2, SWIR | Multispectral, 8-band; Shortwave infrared, 8-band, ##Landsat 8 Data Properties Landsat08 data is cataloged by GBDX, and hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS). For information on how to access Landsat data, see https://aws.amazon.com/public-datasets/landsat/ . Property | Description | Values --- | --- | --- vendor |The owner of the data| Landsat browseURL | The browse url for Landsat data is the full path to the AWS location where that image is hosted. See note above for how to access Landsat data. | Full path to s3 bucket. timestamp | Timestamp for the Landsat acquisition | Ex: 2014-10-06T17:43:40.000Z bucketPrefix | The prefix location in the AWS bucket where the dta is stored. | L8/034/032/LC80340322014279LGN00 footprintWkt | The footprint WKT for the acquisition | Ex:"MULTIPOLYGON(((-107.18734 39.23955, -107.18734 41.38135, -104.40773 41.38135, -104.40773 39.23955, -107.18734 39.23955)))" cloudCover | | catalogID | The identifier for this record in the GBDX catalog. | Ex: LC80340322014279LGN00", bucketName | The AWS S3 bucket name where the data is stored | landsat-pds path | The path for to the Landsat scene. See [AWS documentation](https://aws.amazon.com/public-datasets/landsat/)| Ex: 39 sensorPlatformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. sensorPlatformName and platformName have the same value. | LANDSAT08 multiResolution | multispectral resolution | numerical value, ex: "30" row | The row associated with the Landsat acquisition. see AWS documentation | Ex: 31 platformName | The name of the sensor platform that acquired the data. sensorPlatformName and platformName have the same value. | LANDSAT08 panResolution | panchromatic resolution | numerical value, ex: "30"