ee.ImageCollection.getRegion

Output an array of values for each [pixel, band, image] tuple in an ImageCollection. The output contains rows of id, lon, lat, time, and all bands for each image that intersects each pixel in the given region. Attempting to extract more than 1048576 values will result in an error.
UsageReturns
ImageCollection.getRegion(geometry, scale, crs, crsTransform)List
ArgumentTypeDetails
this: collectionImageCollectionThe image collection to extract data from.
geometryGeometryThe region over which to extract data.
scaleFloat, default: nullA nominal scale in meters of the projection to work in.
crsProjection, optionalThe projection to work in. If unspecified, defaults to EPSG:4326. If specified in addition to scale, the projection is rescaled to the specified scale.
crsTransformList, default: nullThe array of CRS transform values. This is a row-major ordering of a 3x2 affine transform. This option is mutually exclusive with the scale option, and will replace any transform already set on the given projection.

Examples

Code Editor (JavaScript)

// A Landsat 8 TOA image collection (3 months at a specific point, RGB bands).
var col = ee.ImageCollection('LANDSAT/LC08/C02/T1_TOA')
  .filterBounds(ee.Geometry.Point(-90.70, 34.71))
  .filterDate('2020-07-01', '2020-10-01')
  .select('B[2-4]');
print('Collection', col);

// Define a region to get pixel values for. This is a small rectangle region
// that intersects 2 image pixels at 30-meter scale.
var roi = ee.Geometry.BBox(-90.496353, 34.851971, -90.495749, 34.852197);

// Display the region of interest overlayed on an image representative. Note
// the ROI intersection with 2 pixels.
var visParams = {
  bands: ['B4', 'B3', 'B2'],
  min: 0.128,
  max: 0.163
};
Map.setCenter(-90.49605, 34.85211, 19);
Map.addLayer(col.first(), visParams, 'Image representative');
Map.addLayer(roi, {color: 'white'}, 'ROI');

// Fetch pixel-level information from all images in the collection for the
// pixels intersecting the ROI.
var pixelInfoBbox = col.getRegion({
  geometry: roi,
  scale: 30
});

// The result is a table (a list of lists) where the first row is column
// labels and subsequent rows are image pixels. Columns contain values for
// the image ID ('system:index'), pixel longitude and latitude, image
// observation time ('system:time_start'), and bands. In this example, note
// that there are 5 images and the region intersects 2 pixels, so n rows
// equals 11 (5 * 2 + 1). All collection images must have the same number of
// bands with the same names.
print('Extracted pixel info', pixelInfoBbox);

// The function accepts all geometry types (e.g., points, lines, polygons).
// Here, a multi-point geometry with two points is used.
var points = ee.Geometry.MultiPoint([[-90.49, 34.85], [-90.48, 34.84]]);
var pixelInfoPoints = col.getRegion({
  geometry: points,
  scale: 30
});
print('Point geometry example', pixelInfoPoints);