The American Standard Code for Information Interchange is a character-encoding scheme originally based on the English alphabet that encodes 128 specified characters - the numbers 0-9, the letters a-z and A-Z, some basic punctuation symbols, some control codes that originated with Teletype machines, ...

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What I'm doing wrong with the command r.out.ascii in GRASS GIS?

I have raster in .bil format which I want to save in GRASS GIS with r.out.ascii. I get this result in .txt file: north: 1N south: 0 east: 1E west: 0 rows: 1 cols: 1 55537 I suppose it is something ...
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Exporting table to XYZ ASCII file via ArcPy?

I'm looking for a way to export an ArcGIS table (created with the Sample tool) to a text file via ArcPy. I can do this in ArcGIS via the context menu by right-clicking the table, but have not found ...
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Manipulate .asc files in qgis

I have an .asc file and I want to import in QGIS. The standard way to open it is from "add Raster layer" ("import Raster Layer"), there is another way? I know is strange that ask but I need it. And I ...
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Determine min and max values in an ASCII raster dataset using Python

I have a raster dataset in ASCII format. Using Python, I need to determine the min and max values inside the dataset. I've been told that the header information is key, which contains things like ...