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Memory and Processing Efficient Approach to Read a Timeseries in Python

I am trying to store a timeseries of high resolution raster images containing NDVI values into a dictionary for calculations. I am curious as to which approach may the most efficient when loading ...
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1answer
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Gdal creating raster rotated wrong way

I have been trying to read in a stack of images for a timeseries and created an output raster that contains the max pixel values of the timeseries. The arrays were created using numpy img_stack = ...
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1answer
267 views

gdal_merge.py with single band raster

I'm trying to mosaic the True Marble world imagery 250M geotiffs using gdal_merge.py though one of them doesn't have RGB bands like the rest and gdal_merge fails (same number of bands is listed as a ...
3
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1answer
183 views

gdal_warp of multiple rasters keeping maxium intensity value

I have multiple rasters which overlap eachother geospatially but do not completely occupy the same space. I can combine them with gdalwarp like: gdalwarp -s_srs EPSG:4326 *.tif larger_output.tif ...
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2answers
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How to equalise colour, brightness and contrast across several scanned paper maps

I am a vectors guy mostly, but for a current project I need to work with a bunch of old scanned paper maps (ww2 bomb damage maps for London, if your interested!) We scanned and georeferenced the ...
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2answers
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Creating a multispectral image from scratch

I want to make a multispectral image from cero to do some tests on it. Something really simple like 5 completely uniform bands with salt and pepper noise on them or a square of different values at the ...
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1answer
323 views

GDAL Brightness RGB Contrast Gamma Saturation

I've not had much experience with modifying imagery, I've recently been playing with GDAL for some batch processing of geo-referenced images, I've been supplied with some imagery in ECW format that is ...
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3answers
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Poor image quality of raster pyramid files in ArcGIS (no anti-aliasing)

There are several GeoTIFF files (size ~7000x7000 px) which I try to open in ArcGIS Desktop 10.0. I have already created raster pyramids for them (.ovr files) using geoprocessing tool but their quality ...
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How to convert GeoTIFF to grayscale and add gaussian blur?

I have a giant GeoTIFF I'd like to convert to grayscale and add a gaussian blur to. As far as I know, GDAL can strip two of the three color bands and call it grayscale, which might work, but is there ...