I would like to ask if there is a database of Cloud Pictures classified by type.
The following Picture would be classified in the category: "Cirrus uncinus".
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The CCSN dataset contains 2543 cloud images. According to the World Meterological Organization’s genera-based classification recommendation, we divide into 11 different categories： Ac, Sc, Ns, Cu, Ci, Cc, Cb, As, Ct, Cs, St. It is worth noting that contrails have consideration in our dataset. Representative sample images from each category are shown below. Ci = cirrus; Cs = cirrostratus; Cc = cirrocumulus; Ac = altocumulus; As = altostratus; Cu = cumulus; Cb = cumulonimbus; Ns = nimbostratus; Sc = stratocumulus; St = stratus; Ct = contrail.
Zhang, Jinglin, et al. "CloudNet: Ground‐Based Cloud Classification With Deep Convolutional Neural Network." Geophysical Research Letters 45.16 (2018): 8665-8672.