apps_upload

Usage

usage: apps_upload [-h] [-s SETTINGS]
                   [--log-level {OFF,DEBUG,INFO,WARNING,ERROR,CRITICAL}]
                   [--trust-env] [--stack-trace] [-j] [--name NAME]
                   [--use-case {None,AIR,GNDM,GNDS}] [--processing-mode {S,K}]
                   [--model-pressure] [--disable-model-pressure]
                   [--troposphere-model {OFF,GMF,VMF1,GPT2,PRV}]
                   [--model-tides] [--disable-model-tides] [--ocean-loading]
                   [--disable-ocean-loading] [--product {B,T,U,R,F}]
                   [--elev-dep-weighting {FLAT,SIN,SQRTSIN}]
                   [--elev-angle-cutoff ELEV_ANGLE_CUTOFF]
                   [--solution-period SOLUTION_PERIOD]
                   [--generate-quaternions] [--disable-generate-quaternions]
                   [--email-notify] [--disable-email-notify]
                   [--pressure-file PRESSURE] [--attitude-file ATTITUDE]
                   [--no-progress] [--processor PROCESSOR]
                   F [F ...]

Positional Arguments

F

The list of files to upload.

Named Arguments

-s, --settings

APPS configuration parameters, including access credentials. See the website, to download this file. Default: ~/.apps_settings

Default: “~/.apps_settings”

--log-level

Possible choices: OFF, DEBUG, INFO, WARNING, ERROR, CRITICAL

Set the logging level, OFF is silent and DEBUG is the highest verbosity. Default: OFF

Default: OFF

--trust-env

Trust environment settings for proxy configuration, default authentication and similar. Default: False

Default: False

--stack-trace

Allow exceptions to propagate out. Default: False

Default: False

-j, --json

Print all output in json format to facilitate machine parsing of command returns. If not enabled some commands will attempt to print status information in a more human friendly format. Default: False

Default: False

--name, -n

The name to use for the data item. By default the name of the file will be used. The system enforces name uniqueness, so a numeric may be added to the end after upload if there is a naming clash. Default: <filename>

--use-case, -u

Possible choices: None, AIR, GNDM, GNDS

By selecting your specific use case, defined by the rough location of, and kinematic profile of the platform the receiver was on, select the processing settings you most likely want.

--processing-mode, -m

Possible choices: S, K

Compute either a stationary, Static (S) solution, or a track, Kinematic (K) solution of a moving receiver. Default: S

--model-pressure

This option is deprecated, set troposphere model to Provided instead. Default: off

--disable-model-pressure
--troposphere-model

Possible choices: OFF, GMF, VMF1, GPT2, PRV

Select which of the following standard models to use to model the tropospheric delay. If the receiver was in low earth orbit, or otherwise above the troposphere you should turn troposphere modeling off. To upload your own pressure data select Provided. VMF1 can only work for data older than several days. Static runs will default to GMF, Kinematic runs will default to GPT2. Default: off

--model-tides

Use polar and solid earth tidal models in the solution. If the receiver was on the ground this should be enabled, if it was airborne this should be disabled. Default: on

--disable-model-tides
--ocean-loading

Model the effect of the ocean loading on crust deformation. This should be enabled for receivers on the ground, and especially near coastlines. Default: on

--disable-ocean-loading
--product, -p

Possible choices: B, T, U, R, F

The GNSS satellite orbit and clock state data product to use to compute the solution. In increasing order of precision the products are Real-Time (T), Ultra (U), Rapid (R), Final (F). If Best Available (B) is selected, the most precise product currently available during the time frame of the measurement will be used. Real-Time products are available immediately, Ultra products are available within about 2 hours, Rapid products are available the next day and Final products are usually available within two weeks. Default: B

--elev-dep-weighting

Possible choices: FLAT, SIN, SQRTSIN

Elevation dependent weighting scheme in the receiver’s local frame. The sigma used for the measurement will be computed as: Flat: DataSigma, Sin: DataSigma / sin(elevation), SqrtSin: DataSigma / sqrt( sin(elevation) ). For Sin and SqrtSin, elevations below 5 deg are treated as 5 deg. Default: SQRTSIN

--elev-angle-cutoff

Signals received below this angle will be excluded from the calculation. This can be helpful in reducing multi-path error. Default: 7.5

--solution-period

The period in seconds at which to compute a positioning solution. If no period is specified APPS will attempt to use the data rate of the file. Default: 300

--generate-quaternions

When processing in kinematic mode estimate attitude quaternions automatically from velocity vector. Default: off

--disable-generate-quaternions
--email-notify, -e

Send an email once processing has completed.

--disable-email-notify
--pressure-file

A file containing atmospheric pressure measurements to use. Will force troposphere model to`Provided`.

--attitude-file

A file containing the attitude quaternions (Kinematic mode only).

--no-progress

Turn off the upload progress indicator.

Default: False

--processor

Force upload to a given processor, identified by label.

Example

$ apps_upload
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