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This repo implements the CLI of the Environment. It allows to create and test custom scripts locally. It also can be used to publish the scripts to the Environment

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Getting started


  • Python 3 Download Python
  • pip (pip3). You can check the version you have installed doing pip -V

Installation from pypi

$ pip install trends-earth-cli


$ trends

Installation from repository

Make sure you have virtualenv already installed on your machine

  • virtualenv. $ pip install virtualenv

  • Clone the repo and go to the folder

$ git clone
$ cd
  • Create a virtual environment if you haven't already
$ virtualenv -p python3 venv

Note that if you are using Windows, and your default python is python 2.7, then you will need to specify the path to Python 3 using --python. For example:

$ virtualenv --python "C:\Users\azvol\Anaconda3\python.exe" venv
  • Activate it (you should do this step any time you want to run the project locally)
$ source venv/bin/activate

or (on a Windows box using a Docker Quickstart terminal):

$ source venv/Scripts/activate
  • Install the dependencies
$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Now you can use the CLI commands



To create a new script. The program will ask you for a name of your script.

$ python tecli create


To run a script locally. First, go to the folder where the script has been created and run the following:

$ python (relativepath) start

For instance:

$ python ../../tecli start
$ python ../tecli start


To configure basic params like a GEE Account.

For EE_PRIVATE_KEY param it's neccesary set the value in base64 encode. To encode use the next command:

$ cat privatekey.pem | base64
$ python tecli config set EE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT <value>
$ python tecli config set EE_PRIVATE_KEY <base64value>

It is also possible to see the current config

$ python tecli config show EE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT
$ python tecli config show EE_PRIVATE_KEY

And even unset one or both of them

$ python tecli config unset EE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT
$ python tecli config unset EE_PRIVATE_KEY


To log in the API. This step is necessary when publishing scripts

$ python tecli login


This command allows the user to publish the script to prod. As it was said, it's required to be logged before publish a script. Set the parameter public to True if the script is publicly visible.

$ python tecli publish
$ python tecli publish --public=True


To see the build logs printed by the script.

$ python tecli logs


To see some basic info about the script

$ python tecli info


Delete temporary docker images

$ python tecli clear


Download the script code

$ python tecli download <script_id>



It defines, trains and evaluates a simple perceptron model to identify handwritten digits from the MNIST dataset.

You can test the behavior doing the following:

$ python ../../tecli start


This script just concatenates two numpy arrays. It also shows how to define a custom Python class.

Google Earth Engine

It calculates the umd forest loss or gain based on a given area and a period of time.


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