This blog post is part two of a four-part series, “Machine Learning for Change Detection”.
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In part one, we made a change detection map for an area of 6,750 sq. mi. using Planet’s satellite imagery.
For part two, let’s zoom in and use time sliders to visualize changes to specific areas in the Austin metro area.
A Closer Look at Austin, Texas
Change Detection Example #1: Georgetown and Buda
What do these cities have in common?
They are both near the edges of the greater Austin metro area, and they are both seeing rapid urbanization.
These time sliders allow us to quickly visualize what changed between 2017 and 2022.
Click the “Toggle Diff” button to turn on and off the change map.