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All databases below can be downloaded via the command line with curl -JLO , where is the URL below. This will download an appropriately named file; you can name it yourself by specify '-o to specify the local filename.
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National CDL's:Download the national 2022 CDL zipped file 2022 National CDL (2.0 GB)
Download the national 2021 CDL zipped file 2021 National CDL (2.0 GB)
Download the national 2020 CDL zipped file 2020 National CDL (2.0 GB)
Download the national 2019 CDL zipped file 2019 National CDL (1.9 GB)
Download the national 2018 CDL zipped file 2018 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2017 CDL zipped file 2017 National CDL (1.7 GB)
Download the national 2016 CDL zipped file 2016 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2015 CDL zipped file 2015 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2014 CDL zipped file 2014 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2013 CDL zipped file 2013 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2012 CDL zipped file 2012 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2011 CDL zipped file 2011 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2010 CDL zipped file 2010 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2009 CDL zipped file 2009 National CDL (1.8 GB)
Download the national 2008 CDL zipped file 2008 National CDL (1.8 GB)
National Cultivated Layer:Download the national 2022 cultivated layer zipped file 2022 National Cultivated Layer (300 MB). The Cultivated Layer is based on the most recent five years (2018-2022).
National Frequency Layer:Download the national crop frequency layer zipped file 2022 National Frequency Layer (1.8 GB)
The 2022 Crop Frequency Layer identifies crop specific planting frequency and are based on land cover information derived from the 2008 through 2022 CDL's. There are currently four individual crop frequency data layers that represent four major crops: corn, cotton, soybeans, and wheat.
National Confidence Layer: The following description of the confidence layer is from the document titled 'MDA_NLCD_User_Guide.doc' which is available free for download with the NLCD Mapping Tool at The Confidence Layer "spatially represents the predicted confidence that is associated with that output pixel, based upon the rule(s) that were used to classify it. This is useful in that the user can see the spatial representation of distribution and magnitude of error or confidence for a given classification... This error layer represents a percent confidence associated with each rule and output categorical, classified value. It is expressed as a percentage of confidence. A value of zero would therefore have a low confidence (always wrong), while a value of 100 would have a very high confidence (always right)." For more information on the use of confidence layers please refer to the following paper: Liu, Weiguo, Sucharita Gopal and Curtis E. Woodcock, 2004. Uncertainty and confidence in land cover classification using a hybrid classifier approach, Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 70(8):963-971. Ultimately, however, the confidence value is not a measure of accuracy for a given pixel but rather how well it fit within the decision tree ruleset.
Jan 13, 2023: An anonymous whistleblower sent us phone forensics software and documentation from Cellebrite and MSAB. These companies sell to police and governments around the world who use it to collect information from the phones of journalists, activists, and dissidents. Both companies' software is well documented as being used in human rights abuses The leaks are available for download as torrents or direct download
Generally, a download manager enables downloading of large files or multiples files in one session. Many web browsers, such as Internet Explorer 9, include a download manager. Stand-alone download managers also are available, including the Microsoft Download Manager.
The Microsoft Download Manager solves these potential problems. It gives you the ability to download multiple files at one time and download large files quickly and reliably. It also allows you to suspend active downloads and resume downloads that have failed.
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: Go to Settings > Podcasts, then check if Sync Podcasts is turned on. If so then you need to un-sync from all the devices and then delete the app and download again.
"Sync Podcasts" option was enabled on my iPhone. I have only iPhone. There is no other devices to sync. I did not save any podcasts. They were only downloaded. Still are those downloaded podcasts supposed to be kept in background even after deleting them?
I turned off "Sync Podcasts" option after deleting and downloading the Podcast app, but it did not improve or fix the situation. After playing about 24 hours podcast (I listen twice the speed, about 48 hours data download), difference between the "Document & Data" usage and sum of downloaded data is already 0.7GB.
Some price plans come with zero-rated data (unlimited data for use on a range of services). On a zero-rated plan, data usage within certain apps and services will not be counted towards your normal monthly download limit.
For instance, a 5 megabyte (5MB) music file actually consists of 40 megabits (as there are 8 bits in 1 byte). On a data connection that is 4Mbit/s, it would take you 10 seconds to download this 5MB file (5 * 8 / 4 = 10 seconds).
Zip files (.zip) are useful when transmitting large amounts of data. Since more than one file can be contained in a .zip file, the .zip file can be downloaded then unzipped to open many files at once. The .zip file format allows data to be compressed. Compression reduces the volume of data in a file to make it easier and faster to transmit.
In this guide, you can use our download time calculator to get an estimated time of how long a transfer will take. You can also learn more about downloading, uploading and improving your download speed.
Frequent large file downloads or uploads are much easier with fast internet. The table below shows how long files of various sizes can take to download and illustrates how much of a difference fibre broadband makes.
Most broadband services have a slower upload speed in favour of quicker downloads, as more people are likely to be downloading than uploading. This is known as asymmetrical broadband. Some broadband is symmetrical, which means it has the same download and upload speed, but this is rarer.
Download from a different serverSometimes a slow download is caused by the server sending you the file rather than your broadband connection. So try getting the file from another site. If possible, choose a server close to your location, as this can be quicker.
Save big downloads for off-peak hoursBroadband networks can slow down during peak hours, typically 8 am to midnight. Wait until late at night or early in the morning, and you might find the transfer is completed much sooner.
Use the Download Time Calculator to accurately calculate the time needed to download a file for multiple Internet connection speeds.Enter the downloaded file size in the field below and specify the file size measure units in the drop-box.
To download means to receive a file from the Internet. Such files typically are downloaded from a web server such as HTTP, FTP, mail server, or other. In contrast, upload means transferring a file to a remote server.The term "download" may also refer to a file that is offered for downloading, has been downloaded or the actual process of transferring the file.E.g. "A download is available on the product page.", "This is a very large download.", "A download is running so I will make a coffee."
Downloading transfers files for local use and storage. Do not mistake this with streaming, where the data is used immediately, while the transmission is in progress. Such data usually is not stored long-term. Streaming usually is used to display video or audio in a web browser or application. For example, YouTube is a video streaming service. Such streaming services even prevent the storage and use of the downloaded data.
Please note that downloading is not the same as data transfer. The term "data transfer" is used to denote moving or copying data between storage devices. Receiving data from the Internet is downloading. The duration of the download is known as download time.
Download time is the time needed to transfer a file from the Internet to a local computer, phone, tablet, or another Internet-connected device. The download time is determined by the connection speed between the two devices and the size of the transferred file. The connection speed is determined by the hardware capabilities of the two devices and also the ISP (Internet Service Provider) that they use. A faster connection speed will result in a faster download and shorter download time. Of course, a smaller file will require a shorter download time too.
The download speed is determined by your service provider and the hardware limits of the connection. For example, the highest download speed of a 100Base-T connection is 100 Megabits. Of course, that speed is the maximum that can be reached on such hardware and may be slower based on the Internet plan that you have signed for. 041b061a72