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Are the functions in OGRPolygon accessible through the python bindings?

I'm currently trying to use the OGR python bindings to process some shapefiles. I want to obtain the number of interior rings in a polygon feature. Unfortunately I'm unable to use the documented ...
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Get srid from a shapefile using ogr

I'm writing a script to import shp to postgis, using python, osgeo and psycopg2 ( see my previous question: Import shp to Postgis using Python and ogr ) I'd know if there is a way to get by osgeo ...
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Getting “Segmentation fault: 11” with ogr in Python

This is the code I'm trying to run: In [1]: from osgeo import ogr In [2]: datasource = ogr.Open('testdata.shp') In [3]: datasource.GetLayerCount() Out[3]: 1 In [4]: layer = ...
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Writing array to vrt

I would like to write an array from a single band image to a 3 band vrt where each band has the ColorInterpretation() tag of red, green, blue respectively. My code below; from osgeo import gdal ...
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SetColorInterpretation() for a GeoTiff using GDAL not working

I have a single band image which I would like to copy to a 3 bands of a new image and set the ColorInterpretation to red, green and blue respectively. I have tried two approaches, one using the GTiff ...
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GDAL loads in Python, but not IPython (Linux)

I am trying my hardest to utilize the work of the good folks at the GeoDa center, but I cannot seem to get all of the components to load. GDAL, in particular, has been giving me some difficulty. The ...
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Clip and copy files to same directory structure using OGR/GDAL with Python

We need to clip all our data (many TB) by a new boundary and save it while maintaining the same data structure. I want to use OGR/GDAL as the data is in shp/tab/kml/geoTif/ecw etc. I can find the ...
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2answers
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How to use gdal module in python

I am trying to import gdal modules from osgeo installed in my win64x machine but I get the following error: Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in from osgeo import ogr ...
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1answer
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Display a georeferenced DEM surface in 3D matplotlib

I want to use a DEM file to generate a simulated terrain surface using matplotlib. But I do not know how to georeference the raster coordinates to a given CRS. Nor do I know how to express the ...
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346 views

importing osgeo module in ubuntu 10.04

I have problem with importing "osgeo" module in ubuntu 10.04; I have installed GDAL 1.7 from source ( 1)./configure 2)make) however, still in python I cant import osgeo module. I appreciate any hints. ...
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How to identify grid shift file used by osgeo in Python?

I wrote a Python script reprojecting points from a source coordinate reference system (SCRS) to a target one (TCRS) both identified by an EPSG code. I would like my python script to retrieve details ...
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1answer
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OGR CreateLayer returns TypeError

I'm trying to create a shapefile layer based on the spatial projection of an already existing raster. (Ultimately, this will be used in gdal.Polygonize to get a shape from my raster data.) However, I ...
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Can not import qgis.core in python

I installed OSGeo4W. I have no other Python version on my computer. I can import osgeo. But when I try to import qgis.core I am getting the error: >>> import qgis.core Traceback (most ...
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How to split shapefile per feature in Python using GDAL?

is it possible to split a shapefile per feature in python? (best would be a solution where i can temporarily save the resulting vector objects to the memory instead to disk). The reason: I want to ...
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How can I use py2exe with the OSGeo4W Python installation?

I have a default Python installation in c:\Python27. I have also installed Python through the OSGeo4W installer, which has created a "sandboxed" Python installation with all the geospatial bindings I ...
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Do OSGeo4W and ArcGIS 10.0 use the same Python installation?

This question was asked several years ago at: Can ArcGIS and OSGeo4W share the same python install?, but it seems that versions have changed since then. I currently have ArcGIS 10.0 installed (not ...
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1answer
304 views

Is there a way to properly have GDAL raise exceptions in Python?

I am working with GDAL in Python and have wanted to get GDAL to raise exceptions so that I can do something useful with them. For instance if a file cannot be opened with gdal.Open() I would like to ...
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Point-in-polygon using Python and OGR

I want to use OGR in Python to write a simple point-in-polygon test: def point_in_polygon(point, polygon): """ point : [longitude, latitude] polygon : [(lon1, lat1), (lon2, lat2), ..., ...
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2answers
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Issues with osgeo - qgis.core and arcpy modules

Is it possible to have the python shell from either qgis or argis to load (import) both qgis.core and arcpy? I am developing a metadata creation tool and have completed the core functionality using ...
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1answer
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Import Error while Importing osgeo package [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to install GDAL with Python on windows? I have downloaded Fwtools for python2.5 from http://fwtools.maptools.org(windows installer) after installing it, it was ...