Remote sensing images have been broadly employed over the past decades to detect and investigate temporal changes on Earth's surface. Appropriate tools are needed to support complex analyses of temporal data in various domains, ranging from purely scientific to educational. There are many existing tools, but it is often necessary to switch among them several times. Typical inter operability issues include system mismatch and the variety of user profiles and data types.
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