The Product class allows you to query platform products and provides convenience methods for accessing a product’s other resources.

Retrieving products is done using the find() method along with any combination of keyword filters. You can also find a specific product using its id or name.

from skywiseplatform import Product

# Retrieve All Products
all_products = Product.find()

# Retrieve a Specific Product
skywise_1hr_precip = Product.find('skywise-1hr-precipitation-analysis')



This allows you to request only products that have frames within your period of interest. You can use a valid ISO-8601 string, Python’s native datetime objects, or anything else that is parseable by arrow.

import arrow

analysis_products_2015 = Product.find(start='2015-01-01',  end=arrow.get('2015-12-31').datetime)
forecast_products = Product.find(start=arrow.get(), end=arrow.get().replace(days=+7))

Content Type

Precipitation, temperature, and relative humidity are examples of content types.

precip_products = Product.find(contentType='precipitation')
temp_products = Product.find(contentType='temperature')
rh_products = Product.find(contentType='relative-humidity')

Here’s a quick way to use group() to list out all content types currently in use:

>>> Product.find().group('contentType').keys()
[u'wind-direction', u'temperature', u'dewpoint', u'wind-speed',
u'solar-radiation', u'low-temperature', u'high-temperature',
u'wind-speed-probability', u'reflectivity', u'wind-gust', u'evapotranspiration',
u'precipitation', u'relative-humidity']


A product’s coverage indicates the region on the globe for which it has frames. This is useful for filtering products down to an area of interest. You can specify coverage using the geojson module.

from geojson import Point, Polygon

okc = Point((35.482309, -97.534994))
products = Product.find(coverage=okc)

ireland = Polygon([[(-11.55, 55.53), (-11.73, 51.45), (-5.14, 51.59), (-5.44, 55.45), (-11.55, 55.53)]])
products = Product.find(coverage=ireland)

Aggregation Period

You can filter products by their aggregation period using integers to indicate the number of minutes in the period. You can also just say ‘hourly’ or ‘daily’ for convenience.

hourly_products = Product.find(aggregation=60)
daily_products = Product.find(aggregation='daily')


The styles() method will return all of a products styles:

>>> product = Product.find('skywise-contoured-na-base-reflectivity-mosaic')
>>> [ for styles in product.styles()]
[<Style skywise-contoured-na-base-reflectivity-mosaic-precip-typed>,
 <Style skywise-contoured-na-base-reflectivity-mosaic-default>]

These can be used with prerendered image formats (jpeg/png) in conjunction with tile requests.