For now, if you use the web interface to launch a crop type, these intermediate files are erased and are not part of the outputs. In the outputs, you get two tables with the results of the features extraction by parcel (data_calib_final.csv and data_valid_final.csv) but without the NewID of the parcel, only the crop type (TARGET = CTnumL4A), and only for the classified parcels. We are in fact right now working on it to improve the outputs of this L4A crop type processor, and that’s one of the improvements that we are integrating. So it should be available in a next version of the system (and there will be, as always, easy update scripts if you have already installed the system). It is also part of the one year extension of the Sen4CAP project (which is running), to create an easy access to all the features and markers produced by the system, calculated by parcel, so there will be improvements in this matter.
For now, one trick is to launch the crop type command through the command prompt and it will keep these intermediate files in a dedicated “features” folder. I am not sure anymore if you installed the system on your machine or if you use a test machine that we provide in the framework of the project (in this last case, we don’t give access to the command prompt)? If it is installed on your machine, you can retrieve the crop type command from the web interface and run it through the command prompt. Please find an example of such a command:
crop-type-wrapper.py -s 22 --season-start 2019-03-01 --season-end 2019-08-31 --working-path /mnt/archive/temp/l4a/ --out-path /mnt/archive/temp/l4a/ --tiles 33VVC --lc 1234 --min-s2-pix 3 --min-s1-pix 1 --best-s2-pix 10 --pa-min 30 --pa-train-h 4000 --pa-train-l 1100 --sample-ratio-h 0.25 --sample-ratio-l 0.75 --smote-target 1000 --smote-k 5 --num-trees 300 --min-node-size 10
You should of course adapt the parameters and among them the site id (that you can find in the site table of the system database) and corresponding tiles.