We will first go over some of the basics of the application, before we dive in a little deeper.
All info panels are toggled on/off with their 'i' button.
Turn the general information panel off so that we can see a bit more of the map.
Then, click 'Next' to go to the next step of the demo.
The map shown is a standard Google Maps instance with most of its basic functionality.
You can zoom in/out with the buttons in the bottom right corner, or with the scroll wheel of your mouse.
You can toggle different Google Maps displays with the buttons in the top left corner.
The data generated by the algorithm is visualized on top of this map.
It displays permanent and temporary water in different shades of blue,
as shown in the legend.
As a user of this tool, you can specify yourself for which time period you want to visualize the data.
This will change the input of the algorithm,
and make it carry out a new run in Earth Engine.
Once finished, the new results will be displayed on the map. Because of this on-the-fly calculation,
it might take some time for the results to load.
Try it out yourself by changing the time period.
Congratulations! You've reached the end of the demo!
Enter or select a time period to perform a new calculation.
Check out the documentation to learn more about this tool.
WARNING! These settings should only be adjusted by expert users! Please check the documentation for more details.