I recently resampled a raster file using SAGA's Resampling module. The aim was to widen the extent of the new raster to two decimal places, where the original raster has three decimal places. The ...
I've got a boundary file that I would like to resample the raster file from a 30m grid to a 10m grid inside the boundary file. When I try and do it in Qgis or Grass all I get is one big raster cube ...
I would like to go from a binary raster of forest/non-forest at 30m resolution to a raster at 240m resolution with the value of each cell being the proportion of that cell forested - i.e. the data ...
Is there any way to rotate a raster w/o resampling? I am aware that rasters are always 90 deg perpendicular grids, but is there any file format or methodology that allows for a diagonal raster - one ...
I'm doing some time-intensive projecting of aerial photos, and I'm curious - what resampling technique is best to use on aerial photos? In ArcMap, my options are NEAREST, BILINEAR, CUBIC, and ...
GDAL includes a resampling method beyond the normal mix of nearest neighbor, bilinear, cubic and splines: "Lanczos windowed sinc resampling". I understand that its a convolution filter, but unlike ...
I'm working with NOAA's PRECipitation REConstruction over Land dataset, and am looking for an efficient way to sample the data by pixels on NASA's MODIS grid, using open source tools. The PRECL data ...
The question pretty much says it all; are there hard and fast rules about which interpolation methods are suited to each kind of raster data? Any Golden rules, rules of thumb? Good books or articles ...