Very high resolution aerial photography and annotated land cover data of the Peak District National Park
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from Van der Plas, Geikie, Alexander and Simms, upcoming publication titled Multi-stage semantic segmentation quantifies fragmentation of small habitats at a landscape scale
This data set contains the RGB image data and human land cover annotation for 1027 patches of 512 pixels x 512 pixels ( 64 m x 64 m spatial resolution).
For more information on how the data can be used, the land cover schema and other details, please see our paper. For code examples of how to use the data, please see the github repository at https://github.com/pdnpa/cnn-land-cover
The data is given in two formats: python and tiff. The Python format can be directly loaded by the code in the repository into Pytorch DataLoaders. The tiff format is independent of progamming language and application.
This data is released under the CC BY 4.0 license, which means if you use this data set, we ask you to cite along with our paper above. If you use the RGB images, you must acknowledge the following copyright: "Aerial Photography for Great Britain, © Bluesky International Limited and Getmapping Plc "
- README land cover patch data.txt
contains mapping from land cover label (integer) to land cover class name
all (train and test) RGB images in .npy format (each of shape (3, 512, 512))
all (train and test) land cover masks in .npy format (each of shape (512, 512))
train/test split in json format
train/test split in pickle format (to be used with the data class in the repository)
train set only patches, containing both the RGB image (first 3 bands) and the land cover annotation (4th band) (each of shape (4, 512, 512))
test set only patches, containing both the RGB image (first 3 bands) and the land cover annotation (4th band) (each of shape (4, 512, 512))