ICLR Workshop Challenge #2: Radiant Earth Computer Vision for Crop Detection from Satellite Imagery
$5,000 USD
Identify crop type using satellite imagery, and win a trip to present your work at ICLR 2020 in Addis Ababa.
442 data scientists enrolled, 100 on the leaderboard
3 February—29 March
How to access Dataset ?
published 5 Mar 2020, 12:13

I visited their site but they don't have any button on form Sign UP. I wrote a message, but no one answered.

Kindly go here ( https://bit.ly/2uVEbet ) and register to get an access token. When you are done, use this tutorial ( https://bit.ly/2ToLWD1 ) to get your data. Remember to replace the access token with the one you got. Best regards

You may also use this colab version as I was following the tutorial ( https://colab.research.google.com/drive/10F5yfwdMZLyw0TitP0EFqEvOtyrln6bU ). Do sign up for the access token here https://bit.ly/2uVEbet

Your first link returns a "404 Not Found" message. The second one works well though so I'm guessing it's probably because the first is trying to lead to your logged-in account......

Alternatively, @silvan, you can follow this:

The dataset for this competition is publicly available on Radiant MLHub. In order to access the data, you need to sign up for an API access token here. Then you can access the data using Radiant MLHub API (docs available here). The multi-spectral dataset is named “ref_african_crops_kenya_02_source” and the labels and field IDs dataset is named “ref_african_crops_kenya_02_labels”. You can use these example notebooks to access, download and load the data into your Python environment. Models that use the Field ID as a feature will not be accepted as a winning solution.

~ this can be found in the Data section of the page

Click on the individual links for all that you require.. What you really need are the first and second links as far as getting the data is concerned (though the second link is also important to know what you're about).

And yes, I just visited the link (first) and it has both the login and sign up pages with the buttons present...

Thanks for everyone.I tried use browser Firefox 73.0.1 (64-bit) and I didn't have button Sign Up. It is work fine for Chrome

oh I see.. that's fine. godspeed

edited 1 minute later

Hello Silvan...I also noted that esp if you're using Moxilla on Linux Os as your web browser-The sign up button is located at the very bottom of the create account page.

Trying signing up Android os or chrome will work.

-My suggestions. Thank you.