A Geospatial Data Abstraction Library (GDAL) image mosaicing, reprojection, and warping utility

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How to reproject raster from 0 360 to -180 180 with cutting 180 meridian

I have a geotiff raster image that has a coordinate system with longtitudes from 0 to 360. The horizontal center of the image is 180 longtitude. See image below: I want to transform it to EPSG:4326 ...
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PyQGIS save raster as rendered image, then use GDAL tools on it

I have tried to use the code from QGis Save Raster as Rendered Image. i is a raster layer: pipelayer = i pipeextent = pipelayer.extent() pipewidth, pipeheight = (pipelayer.width(), ...
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gdalwarp cutline along with shapefile

I am trying to clip my Raster file according to a shape file geometry. I am using the following code gdalwarp -cutline INPUT.shp INPUT.tif OUTPUT.tif But it is resulting a black color outside the ...
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gdalwarp, cutline and postgis

I can not figure out how I directly can read a polygon into gdawarp's -cutline argument. My current approach is: ogr2ogr -f "ESRI Shapefile" mydata.shp PG:"user=myuser dbname=gisdb" -sql "select * ...
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Replicating result of gdalwarp using gdal Python bindings

I am trying to re-project/resample with the GDAL python bindings, but am getting slightly different results compared to those from the command line utility gdalwarp. See update below for shorter ...
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gdalwarp producing empty rasters when called from python script, but not via command line

I'm trying to aggregate some raster data (all .tif) up to a coarser resolution (from .05 degree to .25 degree) using gdalwarp in python, but the command is not working. Instead of getting an output ...
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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 ...
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What's the difference between gdalwarp and gdal_merge for mosaicing

I wanted to merge around 20 dem tiffs each around 100MB, and I used gdalwarp (I know about virtual file option): gdalwarp $(list_of_tiffs) merged.tiff However this command took very long time, and ...
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How to convert the geographical projection of an extremely large file (GDAL)

My Task I need to convert 9 x 14Gb GeoTiff files to WGS84 geo projection. The rough size in pixels is about 200k x 100k. The data-type is byte and it is not a subject to interpolation, it is some ...
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How to stop gdalwarp creating world-spanning outputs near the dateline?

I'm using gdalwarp to manipulate SRTM tiles near the the dateline (i.e. 180°, aka the antimeridian). SRTM tiles have a very slight (1/2 pixel) overlap with the meridian. You can see this using ...
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How do I make gdalwarp set target extents to -180 -90 180 90?

I'm using gdalwarp with the -te option and it doesn't appear to be working like I expected. I'm running a command like: gdalwarp -of GTiff -te -180 -90 180 90 -tr 0.1 0.1 -t_srs EPSG:4326 input.tif ...
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How do I solve Gdalwarp error 'too many points failed to transform' for remapping Geostationary to Lambert conformal?

I am trying to remap from Geostationary to Lambert conformal using gdalwarp. My input data is in netcdf, and is in geographic coordinates (degrees) and I would like to output the remapped data to ...
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File size inflation normal with gdalwarp?

After using gdalwarp to project and align-to-grid (via -tap) a number of rasters I noticed that the output rasters were significantly larger than the original rasters. A fairly thorough web search ...
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Should I use gdal_retile.py or gdal2tiles.py?

I have many GeoTif files that I want to display in google earth with Geoserver. I am wondering if I want to use gdal_retile.py or gdal2tiles.py to create the image pyramids for them to be usable in ...
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Converting Ordnance Survey raster maps to WGS84 webmap tiles

I would like to generate Google/Bing-like map tiles from Ordnance Survey's 1:25000 and 1:50000 raster maps, which are provided as 4000x4000 UK national grid tiles (GeoTIFF). A sample tile can be ...
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How does QGIS reproject data?

Projection systems are always troubling and I cam across and issue yesterday. I created a buffer and did a select by location using that buffer, however it was producing the wrong results. It would ...
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can I preserve a fading alpha layer when mosaicing images with gdal?

I am mosaicing some images with gdal and would like to improve the final result by using a fading / gradual alpha layer towards the edge of each image to remove the sharp edges in the middle of the ...
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Gdal: clipping a raster with another raster

I'm writing a simple utility to crop batches of multi-band geotiff raster files to the same (smaller) area. Using gdalwarp, I can easily crop a file using a single-polygon clipping shapefile: ...
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Coordinate system of a MODIS file to be introduced in GDAL for transformation

I am working on MODIS data using GDAL. When I extract coordinate system information of the files I got this: Coordinate System is: PROJCS["unnamed", GEOGCS["Unknown datum based upon the custom ...
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Difference between gdalwarp and projectRaster

I am trying to project a Raster. In R there is the projectRaster() function to to this (below a fully reproducibly example) : # example Raster require(raster) r <- raster(xmn=-110, xmx=-90, ymn=40,...
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gdalwarp to geographic coordinate system

I'm getting the folllowing Error when trying to re-project a raster from NAD_1983_Albers to GCS_North_American_1983. I used the proj4 defenition from going to Properties in QGIS of the layer whose ...
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How do I solve a “No PROJ.4 translation” error with gdal?

I've installed gdal using the brew utility on OS X so the proj and geos dependencies were also installed. I'm now trying to warp a GeoTIFF so that I can import it into Google Earth. I am getting a ...
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Georeferencing Himawari-8 in GDAL (or other)

Does anyone know the appropriate project information to georeference (and hence reproject) Himawari-8 AHI data in the IR? The images are 5500x5500 pixels. Currently I try these: ulx=-5570248.832537 ...
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Convert MODIS HDF file in sinusoidal projection into GeoTiff with

I'm looking for a way to convert MODIS LST data from HDF to Tiff format, and reproject from sinusoidal to WGS84 - all using python GDAL. An example file is here (I only care about band 0) : http://...
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GDALWARP and OGR2OGR / CS2CS not agreeing on transformation

I am trying to transform some data (both raster and vector) from WGS84 to a Croatian Coordinate system defined by: +proj=tmerc +lat_0=0 +lon_0=15 +k=0.9999 +x_0=5500000 +y_0=0 +ellps=bessel +towgs84=...
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Cropping EUDEM with GDAL creates zig-zag terrain

I have downloaded EUDEM (20 Gb) from http://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps/data/eu-dem#tab-original-data When I try to crop it by GDAL using: gdalwarp -dstalpha -of EHdr -crop_to_cutline -cutline ...
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Georeferencing a raster using GDAL and Python

I want to georeference a raster using python and GDAL. My current approach is to call gdal_translate and gdalwarp using os.system and an ugly list of ground control points. I'd really like a way to do ...
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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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Raster interpolation with gdalwarp, and replicating with python API

My problem is similar to this: Replicating result of gdalwarp using gdal Python bindings. I want to resample a raster using bilinear interpolation, which I've done successfully with gdalwarp by adding ...
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Reprojecting a raster image using gdalwarp

I am trying to reproject an ECW Orthophoto from 25830 to 23030 srid. I tried the following but I am getting an error: C:\Program Files (x86)\FWTools2.4.7>gdalwarp -s_srs 25830 -t_srs 23030 C:\...
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Reprojecting Natural Earth raster into natearth projection with gdalwarp causing black squares?

I'm trying to reproject the Natural Earth 2 raster layer (http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-raster-data/10m-natural-earth-2/) into the natural earth projection (http://en.wikipedia.org/...
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gdalwarp won't export AAIGrid

I'm trying to use gdalwarp to reproject an ascii grid file. According to http://www.gdal.org/formats_list.html this shouldn't be a problem and indeed I can happily use gdal_translate to create grd ...
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Re-project raster image from Mercator to Equirectangular

I have a raster image of the world map in Mercator projection, square 1:1 format. I want transform the image into an Equirectangular projection accurately. I assumed from my research that GDAL would ...
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How to use gdal2tiles on a custom tiff image recieved from providers to generate tiles

I have been struggling a bit to generate tiles for a high-resolution image that we have. The current image we have is a very large (+20GB) image, saved as a GeoTiff file. I would like to generate ...
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gdalwarp leaves horizontal artifacts regridding from EASE-Grid (laea) to Polarstero (stere)

I'm trying to understand how to use gdalwarp to warp an image. I believe I'm doing the basics correctly, but I might be missing some gdalwarp options? Any help would be greatly appreciated. The ...
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Holes between imagery tiles projected using gdalwarp

I am having the following issue when reprojecting imagery tiles using gdalwarp. These are 4096x4096 imagery tiles, which I'm gdalwarp'ing from WGS84 to a State Plane projection. When reprojected, ...
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Cropping Geotiff with gdalwarp

I downloaded a geotiff from the recently published 25m-DEM of the European Union (see: http://courses.neteler.org/eu-dem-new-digital-surface-model-at-25m/). One tile has about 5GB so I would like to ...
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How to reproject a raster to Winkel Tripel projection?

I'm trying to project a raster map (in ASCII grid format) from longlat to the Winkel Tripel projection. But I'm running into errors, for instance gdalwarp won't accept the proj-string. $ gdalwarp -...
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How to ‘invert’ or ‘reverse’ a vector cutline when gdalwarp'ing a raster?

I have a raster of North America and I'd like to remove the larger lakes from it, replacing them with the same no-data value as the original raster. So I downloaded Natural Earth's 10 meter lakes ...
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Mass reprojection of raster files in a loop [Linux]

I have a folder with numerous .asc raster files that each accompanied by a corresponding .prj file. The file basename is the same for both files. The projection however can vary between all of them (...
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Wedge of missing data reprojecting to stereographic

I am trying to reproject an equirectangular projection image into stereographic around the north pole of mars using gdalwarp and I am not sure what is happening in my output image. The input image ...
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gdalwarp reprojection causes missing data

I have tried to reproject and resample an SRTM DEM file from WGS84 to a cylindrical equal area projection. The problem is there is missing data as seen in the image below. The command I use is: ...
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Re-project from Polar projection to EPSG:4326

I simply want to project a polar stereographic raster (EPSG:3411) to Mercator (EPSG:3857) or WGS84 (EPSG:4326). The data I is from NOAA. $gdalwarp -s_srs EPSG:3411 -t_srs EPSG:3857 northpsg.20141027 ...
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Gdalwarp with “out of globe” values in sinusoidal projection

I want to project a global image (source ERA INTERIM) from WGS 84 to sinusoidal, using gdal 1.11 and bilinear resampling. It work fine BUT I have values everywhere on the rectangular extent of the ...
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How do I know the vertical/horizontal units of my DEM? I'm creating a slope using gdaldem

I'm using gdaldem to create a slope map. I can apply a scale. The default is 1. The notes say: Ratio of vertical units to horizontal. If horizontal unit of source DEM is degrees (e.g WGS84 ...
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informations about “gdaltransform” utility of GDAL

I have a doubt about GDAL reprojection. I use "gdalwarp" utility to reproject an image in a specific projection system (for example WGS84 UTM49). "gdalinfo" on original image displays this corner ...
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How to surround a clipped raster with transparency? (gdalwarp)

I am trying to perform the following task, but it does not seem to work: I have got a raster file (raster.tif) containing an aerial photo, which I want to clip using a Shape file (clip.shp) that ...
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How to convert a geotiff from WGS84 to 3857 with gdalwarp?

I'm trying to convert images with WGS84 projection to 3857 but warp is not giving me a output I would expect. This is my command: gdalwarp -s_srs "+proj=merc +datum=WGS84" -t_srs "EPSG:3857" SRTM_1km....
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Crop raster from vector problem

So I have a shapefile of a vector for Philadelphia's city lines and a raster image of Philadelphia county that I got from the lovely people from USDA:NRCS. I converted the raster from a sid file to ...
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gdalwarp to clip a .tif: Works fine standalone, won't work in Python

I am trying to use the subprocess module to call gdal warp and clip a .tif using a shapefile. When I try the command in GDAL it works fine, but when I attempt to call it into a Python script it will ...