The Google Earth Engine API allows developers to run algorithms on georeferenced imagery and vectors stored on Google's infrastructure. The Google Earth Engine API provides a library of functions which may be applied to imagery for display and analysis. Earth Engine's public data catalog contains a large amount of publicly available imagery.
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The Google Earth Engine Python SDK by Google allows developers to interface with the Google Earth Engine API. Developers should note that the API is in active development and applications using Earth Engine will need to be updated as changes are made. Currently, the API is only available to trusted testers.
The Google Earth Engine Python SDK by Noel Gorelick allows developers to access the Google Earth Engine's data and functions from Python code. This library is in active development and should be expected to change.