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Maps API + ENVI

use Maps API imagery to provide context for your ENVI analysis.

Setting up ENVI projects can sometimes be difficult if you don't have context as to the area you are working in. With this simple Github plugin, you can load DigitalGlobe Maps API I[magery and Basemap](doc:imagery-and-basemaps) layers into your ENVI projects and establish geographic context for your analyses. An overview of the integration follows: * Install the `DigitalGlobe Maps Image` extension found in the "ENVIDGMapsAPI" [github repo](https://github.com/blegeer/ENVIDGMapsAPI) * restart ENVI * Choose your Imagery or Basemap Layer * enter your DG Maps API [access token/API Key](doc:access-tokens) * load your imagery in the display Full detail on the installation and usage of the DG Maps API - ENVI plugin can be found here: https://github.com/blegeer/ENVIDGMapsAPI [block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/2922b9f-ENVIwithPlugin.png", "ENVIwithPlugin.png", 837, 501, "#383630" ] } ] } [/block] Special *Thank You* to gitub user ** [@blegeer](https://github.com/blegeer) ** for building the plugin and installation process.