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Some Python software I have written generates raster files via GDAL. I would like the software to create an XML metadata file for each raster so that I can include details about how the raster was made, who made it, and so-on.

I understand that ISO 19115 is the international geospatial metadata standard. I really have no idea where to start with generating a metadata file, though. Can GDAL do this from scratch? Or would it be better to work with a dedicated XML library in Python?

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If you decide to go with a python library, I can definitely recommend lxml. I find it very easy to use and the Xpath functionality is great. lxml.de/tutorial.html –  s_a Mar 4 '13 at 23:58

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