GDAL (Geospatial Data Abstraction Library) is an open source translator library & set of command-line utilities for processing raster spatial data formats. As a library, it presents a single abstract data model to the calling application for all supported formats. It also comes with a variety of ...

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ogr2ogr csv conversion with latlon in one column

I have a csv with "lat\,lon" in a single column. I am trying to convert it with ogr2ogr to another format, and cannot figure out how to format the VRT file to accept this format. I cannot do ...
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OSX 10.9 + QGIS 2.0.1 - Missing osgeo module

Running the following: QGIS 2.0.1 (via Kyngchaos) OSX 10.9 GDAL/OGR 1.10.1 (via Homebrew). Recently, I've become unable to use the OpenLayers plugin, which is complaining that I'm missing the ...
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gdal_rasterize using a “string” as src_datasource

I would like to use a string as src_datasource for gdal_rasterize program. Is it possible to use something like a WKT definition to translate a single point to a raster? Somethink like ...
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Why does GDAL Translate not create any output in batch mode?

Has anyone tried using the Batch Mode function in GDAL translate - qgis2? I can process files individually ok, in my case MODISA HDF files. But the batch mode does not seem to work. Here is my set ...
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Importing Census TIGER Shape Files to SQL Server 2012?

I've been doing my research on how to import shape files into Microsoft SQL Server 2012. and am still unable to figure out how to do it after hours of playing around with it. I'll document what I've ...
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Cutting image using gdalwarp to extent of data

I am currently generating a raster from point data and applying inverse distance algorithm. This image is then cut with : gdalwarp -cutline <<src shape file>> -crop_to_cutline -srcnodata ...
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Help making geotiff and reprojecting to EPSG:4326

My goal is to download a gif file from this webpage: http://aviationweather.gov/data/iffdp/2104.gif Then crop it to the known latlon bounds of 75N,45S,35W,70E, convert to geotif, and then project to ...
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How to run Layer Stack in Batch Mode with GDAL?

My goal is process fifteen Landsat-8 scenes with three bands. I need to rescale the pixel depth from 16 bit to 8 bit, stack three bands and mosaic all them. This job must be making via open source ...
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How to remove strange gdaldem hillshade artifacts?

I've downloaded 9 chunks of 1 arc-second NED in IMG format from the National Map. I'm trying to create a hillshade from them. I'm using: GDAL 1.10.0, released 2013/04/24 First, I combine them and ...
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Uninstall ERDAS ECW/JP2 SDK Version 5.0 (Ubuntu)

I am using Ubuntu Linux as main OS when it comes to geoprocessing but I am not yet an expert using it. I recently needed QGIS to have ECW support, so I followed the instructions of Luke in the ...
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gdalinfo image.tif>stats.txt - returns empty text file (Windows 7 64 bit)

I am trying to output the gdalinfo image statistics results into a text file with the following command: gdalinfo image.tif>stats.txt The stats.txt file gets created, however it is empty. It ...
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Convert points to lines with Python GDAL

I have a dictionary with points. The points are derived from a raster (see image below). The points are not sorted and are not in order. The dictionary looks for example like this: pointDict = {0: ...
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How to export raster from PostGIS enabled DB as GTiff with gdal_translate

When I want to export a GTiff from my PostGIS DB with this code: gdal_translate -of GTiff PG":host='localhost' port:'5432' dbname='landslide' user='postgres' password='pass' schema='public' ...
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GDAL polygonize lines

I have a raster file containing roads (left image). I polygonize the raster file with GDAL (see the script below). In the end I like to have vector lines. However GDAL only gives me something like ...
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GDAL polygonize only certain raster values

I want to polygonize a raster file with GDAL. I only want to rasterize cells with a value of 0. Is it possible to specify that within the polygonize function or do I have to modify my raster before ...
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Issue Trying to create Zonal Statistics using Gdal and Python.

I am trying to create zonal statistics using Python and Gdal. I have a polygon shapefile and a raster file, and in order to do so, I am using a piece of code I found in StackExchange. The raster and ...
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Generate hillshading with GDAL, and respect nodata

I'm still trying to nut out this problem of merging overlapping geotiffs. From the original dataset (here, a 20m resolution digital elevation model of the state of Victoria), I have reprojected it ...
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How to Geocode use GeoPy API combined with GDAL Python bindings?

My question is related to the 'How to Geocode 300,000 addresses on the fly?' topic that has been asked by Mehul Nahar. I'm interested in running the processes explained by capooti in response to mehul ...
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ogr2ogr DXF to PostgreSQL some LINESTRING coordinates mirrored to the negative longitude

I have been using ogr2ogr GDAL tool to migrate geospatial data from DXF file to PotgresQL database without much problems. But now there is a special problem I can not fix. I have a DXF file with ...
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Why do Shapefiles and GeoJSON behave differently in GDAL Python?

I have a test.shp. I loop over the file, buffer the features, and write the buffers to a new file. I tested writing the buffers to a Shapefile and to a GeoJSON. If I try to use the new buffer layer ...
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Calculate logarithm of a raster?

I'm trying to calculate the logarithm of each cell in a raster. Is there a way to do this with F/OSS GIS? gdal_calc.py only has basic operators and the QGIS raster calculator feature doesn't seem to ...
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Trying to build GDAL's ECW plugin in 64 bit Linux

I'm trying to build the GDAL's ECW plugin in Linux. I'm using the latest version of the SDK from Intergraph's site (5.0). It fails because it tries to compile against the 32 bit version of the ...
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Merge overlapping DEMs with irregular boundaries

I have a 10m DEM covering part of a state, a 20m DEM covering the whole state, and a 90m DEM covering the whole country. How can I merge them together, getting the best quality available in each area? ...
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Load Raster Values into Shapefile [duplicate]

I have a shapefile containing many points. Some of these points fall within an area for which I have raster data. I would like to load the values of the raster which underlie each point into the ...
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Can GDAL Retile run multi-threaded?

gdal_retile is currently using only one CPU of the available eight and it is taking a while (48 hours already) to retile 5TB of data.
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How to get WGS84 lat lon bounds from a VRT file

I have vrt files generated using gdalbuildvrt that reference GeoTiffs referenced using the NZTM coordinate system. Is there an easy way to determine the bounds as WGS84 latitude longitude ...
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GeoDjango with MongoDB

Has anyone had experience successfully deploying GeoDjango with MongoDB? Is it possible? If so, how is it as simple as as installing the non-relational fork of Django and setting MongoDB as the ...
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gdal_translate produces tif with different colors as original

I am using SDE as my raster data source with the ultimate goal to tile this dataset: I am running the following gdal_translate command to generate the initial VRT: gdal_translate -projwin 390605 ...
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KML to Shapefile using GDAL (LIBKML) - MultiGeometry data not transforming

I am trying to convert a KML file to Shapefile using GDAL (ogr2ogr). Regular KML files convert fine but KML files containing MultiGeometry features (eg: Geometry containing both Point and Polygon) do ...
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C# GDAL DEM Speed

My 64-bit, Win 7 C# application using GDAL creates a number of constant-bearing paths with 1000+ points along each path. At each point, I want to look up the 4 closest elevations for interpolation. ...
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gdal_translate- why jpg compressed tif is 2 times greater than jpg file?

Using the following two commands yields completely different size files: gdal_translate test.tif -of GTiff -co "COMPRESS=JPEG" -co "JPEG_QUALITY=100" output.tif and gdal_translate test.tif -of JPEG ...
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GDAL and Python: how to create new files for (e.g.) clipping with gdalwarp

I'd like to learn using GDAL, and I want to use it in Python. Following the tutorial (http://www.gdal.org/gdal_tutorial.html), I succeded in opening vector and raster files using ogr.Open and ...
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display GeoReferencing image through MapServer

I have a tiff image and got the world file which contains the needed information for GeoReferenceing, how to start add this image on Mapserver ? if I use C# and use GMAP API to call the google server ...
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How to remove z & m coordinates from shapes with QGIS? (Or arcgis, grass, gdal, Python…)

I've recently received some parcel data in shapefile format that has z & m coordinates (all = 0.0). The WKT for a typical parcel looks like this: "MULTIPOLYGON (((2672464.560700002 ...
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In Python, reading a GDAL raster from memory instead of a file

I'd like to analyze some raster data in Python using NumPy. This data doesn't necessarily exist as a file on the filesystem, it could be the result of a query against PostGIS, or something ...
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GDAL command lines on windows [duplicate]

I am trying to get started with GDAL on a windows machine using Python2.7. I have tried commands such as: gdalinfo RasterFileName.TIF and gdal_translate.py -projwin ulx uly lrx lry -of GTiff ...
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How to consider more than one no data value in utility gdalwarp of GDAL

I have to do a bilinear interpolation on an image with two no data values, using the utility gdalwarp of GDAL (http://www.gdal.org/gdalwarp.html), so these two values don't must be considered in ...
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GeoReference use wordfile in arcgis [duplicate]

I have a tiff image and have the required information to Geo-reference it on the MAP. which called world file like this. using GMAP.NEt API there are many limited functions not like the java script ...
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How to apply “Band” settings using gdal Python bindings?

I am trying to replicate the gdal_translate command, but using pure Python: gdal_translate infile.tif outfile.tif -co COMPRESS=JPEG -co PHOTOMETRIC=YCBCR -co TFW=YES -b 1 -b 2 -b 3 I have ...
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gdal2tiles doesn't use resampling method correct?

I'm using gdal2tiles to create tiles from MODIS satellite imagery (250 m resolution) and I have noticed that I get the same bad result if I use -r near or -r bilinear (or lanczos for that matter). See ...
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Can I edit pixels values of an image with GDAL?

There is a method with GDAL (used in C/C++) to edit pixel values of a georeferenced image, maintaining the original file? Or I have to create a new dataset? My goal is to maintain ALL originals ...
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Fortifying re-projected shapefile for ggplot2 in R

I have a shapefile of US county boundaries which I got from the NHGIS. I can load the file using the rgdal package and see information about it: library(rgdal) shp_1860 <- readOGR("shp", ...
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OGR FeatureCount returns '-1' with OSM data

I am trying to read in an OSM file with OGR. import ogr driverOSM = ogr.GetDriverByName('OSM') roadsDs = driverOSM.Open('data/map.osm', 0) roadsLayer = roadsDs.GetLayer() The feature count returns ...
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How can I dynamically trim the informational border off of FAA sectional raster charts?

I'm trying to write a script that can automatically use GDAL to crop the informational border from the FAA's published sectional charts (GeoTIFF) found here: I know that I can use gdal_translate ...
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Homebrew OGR with FGDB support on OSX 10.9

This answer worked beautifully in 10.8, but isn't working immediately in 10.9. The link to download the FileGDB API still works, but there are a bunch of options available I don't remember from ...
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How to work with OGR and GDAL in GP Service in ArcGIS for Server 10.1

I have got a lot troubles with GDAL and OGR in the context of ArcGIS Server on 64 bit server machine. I can run script that use GDAL in ArcGIS as Tool and in the debug mode in PyScripter, then ...
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How to reproduce the gdal utility programs in Java by GDAL Java bindings [duplicate]

Can anyone tell me how can I reproduce the gdal utility programs gdal_translate, gdalwarp and gdal2tiles in java by GDAL Java bindings? Thanks!
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Any experience with OSX and Mac OSX Maverics using OSGeo? [closed]

There is a new Apple Release of OSX called Mavericks and my questions are: Will GDAL run? Will QGIS run? Will Tilemill run? Will Mapnik run? Also are there any known issues? A similar question ...
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What is meaning of GDAL on Ubuntu install [ERROR] Cannot make qgis.db private copy?

I am so lost and confused. I have spent days on this and not had any luck, so I'm really hoping someone can help! I am a new opensource user with an Ubuntu 13.04 OS. I used the software GUI (Ubuntu ...
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how to for loop a folder to batch clip rasters by polygon using python and QGIS

I am using python and QGIS 2.0. I am trying to clip rasters in a folder by one polygon feature. It's the first time for me using (let's say) "PyQGIS", I was used to arcpy before. Anyway, I don't get ...