This Planetary Data System (PDS) page is intended for both data preparers, requiring training in the process of archiving, and end users, requiring an understanding of the data standard in order to search and access data to their specifications, who wish to familiarize themselves with PDS4.
Here we offer overview information, detailed documentation, and step-by-step guidance on the various aspects of the PDS4 standard and defining data products within this standard. assistance.
More Resources Coming Soon! PSD is working to bring training resources to users of the PDE, which will be posted here. If you have training materials that should be included here, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following materials were used at various Planetary GIS Training Workshops at Cornell University, Arizona State University, the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, and the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference between 2017-2022:
Materials from Cornell University, Spacecraft Planetary Image Facility (SPIF):
(For more information, contact Zoe Learner Ponterio)
Introduction to Planetary Image Analysis with ArcGIS™ Desktop 10:
Materials from Arizona State University, Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies (RGCPS):
(For more information, contact David M. Nelson)
- What is Geographic Information Systems (GIS)? [Lecture]
- Using GIS for Planetary Image Analysis [Hands-On]
Coming in 2023: Planetary Image Analysis using ArcGIS Pro™
Coming in 2024: Planetary Stereo Photogrammetry using SOCET-SET and Ames Stereo Pipeline, Planetary Data Management
The Navigation and Ancillary Information Facility (NAIF) website offers training regarding SPICE software and data. Any questions regarding SPICE should be directed to NAIF.