To alter the frequency of sampled data points in continuous data.

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Looping inside r.mapcalc in GRASS GIS

I have a Land Cover classification map that I created from 2m resolution multispectral imagery and I am trying to downsample the results to a 20m resolution class map. The climate in question is ...
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How to resample a raster by defined value?

I have got an Euclidean Distance Raster and I need to resample it. I work for a security company and I need a map with the camera resolution (pix/m) in every point of the map covered by a camera. What ...
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Re-sample raster to acre grid using ArcGIS Desktop or R?

I have a 1m classified landcover raster layer that consists of values 1-4 representing various land covers. I need to resample this layer to an acre grid. Each acre in the resultant grid should ...
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What is the kernel width of the gdalwarp resampling methods?

gdalwarp provides 7 resampling methods. How many neighborhood pixels do contribute to upsampling respectively downsampling? I will try to guess. Please correct, if values are wrong: Upsampling: ...
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Spatial Interpolation/Resampling of Point Surface Data - Axes @ Different Resolutions

I have a simple set of data points in x,y,z format. This was data collected from a ground penetrating radar over a physical distance of: 45m x 25m With a resulting grid of: 90 x 100 (9000 points) ...
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Reduce number of points, keeping most recent data within a given distance

I have a HUGE dataset of points that were collected along a route. The data may change daily, and the most recent data is the most important. What I would like to do is take only 1 point from a given ...
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Converting worldclim data to 30m resolution

I know that resampling from coarse resolution to fine resolution is bad. Effectively you are making up data. However, if the study area is small are there any other options? Worldclim comes at around ...
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Saga:processing resample extent in python editor QGIS

I would like to resample many geotiff layers to another geotiff layer's extent and pixel size. For this I would like to use the QGIS python console (editor). When I run my script it raises the ...
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Work order: project then resample, or resample then project

I'm working with 10m DEMs in northern New York, along the Canadian border (in ArcGIS 10.2). To complete a regional elevation map (and eventually slope, flow, etc.), I need to also include a portion of ...
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Reprojecting a population raster from LAEA to lonlat

I have a population density raster from the EEA which is based on the CORINE land cover 2000 data. ...
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Divide two rasters with different cell sizes using ArcGIS for Desktop?

I've got two rasters of the exact same location (So every pixel in one raster is equivalent to the pixel in the other raster). Raster A has a resolution of 6m per pixel. Raster B has a resolution of ...
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How can I smooth or resample a DEM to find steep roads?

I am trying to find sections of road with steep gradients. My process is: pull a linestring from Openstreetmap data resample it to create a point every 10 metres look up the height data for each ...
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Convert Raster Resolution in arcGIS

I have to analyze 8 raster layers, 5 of them are 0.5 degree resolution and the other three are 0.05 degree resolution. Firstly, should I resample the 5 to finer resolution (0.05 degree) and if ...
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What resampling technique should be used to reproject an altitude raster?

Does anyone know whether I should choose: nearest, bilinear, cubic or majority when projecting the WorldClim altitude raster layer?
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Gdal/QGIS resampling asc file

I have a DEM (.asc) file with a resolution of 1000 meters per pixel. Therefore the file has a lot of columns and rows. I would like to chance the resolution per pixel from 1000 to 3000 meters per ...
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1m cell size equivalent value in decimal degree

I'm doing re-sampling pixel size in ERDAS 2014,I'm using input image(Indian terrain) in GCS_WGS_84 projection. Now I have to keep out put cell size as 1m,what is the 1m equvivalent value in Decimal ...
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The resampled image has many NaN values and does not cover the complete area of the input raster

when I resample an image of 20m to 240m resolution, the resampled image does not cover the whole area of the input image and does the resampling for some pixels in which I get many NaN values. How can ...
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Is the bilinear resampling technique appropriate for the projection of ASTER data?

I need to project some ASTER data from a geographic coordinate system to a projected one. I have read online that the cubic resampling technique is the most appropriate for this purpose. However, ...
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Better way to combine 2 rasters

I have two raster layers: One with 56 m resolution and the other has 30 m resolution. Usually, I just use the 'Combine' command in ArcGIS to combine them, getting a single value for each unique ...
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Align & Sum Grids in Python

I have two grids. One, call it A, is 4320x2160 cells and spans the whole globe. The other, call it B is 8640x3432 and spans the circumference of the globe, but is clipped toward mid-latitudes. Both ...
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Resampling with Python console (QGIS): number of parameters

I am trying to resample two raster layers with Python console in QGIS with this code: outputs_0=Processing.runAlgorithm("saga:resampling", ...
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Best Resampling Method for DEM reprojection in QGis

I need to reproject a DEM (aster file) in order to have the same CRS as all my other project data - I have different SHP for the same DEM's location but they have a different CRS. Which resampling ...
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Is it permissible to redefine raster resolution (not resample!) in order that it be included in a SDM?

I'm fitting a SDM using R. A requirement is that all environmental predictor layers have the same extent, origin and resolution. I have high resolution bathymetry data (25m) that I will resample to ...
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Is it feasible to reclassify a raster which has been resampled/smoothed for display purposes?

Background: I have a Google Earth KMZ file which shows ground movements after an earthquake, arranged into discrete classes: From the KMZ file I'm able to download the original PNG images, which ...
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When dealing with rasters of varying resolutions should one resample to the highest or lowest resolution?

I'm looking for recommendations on best practices for dealing with raster data layers with different resolutions and projections. The advice I've been given is to always resample to the layer with the ...
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How to resample polygon vertices so that they are evenly spaced in Arc 10

I have digitized the outline of many river channels (by both manually picking points and using streaming mode), but now I need the vertices to be evenly spaced (for input to another program). I tried ...
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How to resample GeoTIFF images to the same resolution?

I have two geotiff images that I would like to resample the same resolution. If I use ArcGIS this would be easy to do. But using QGIS I don't know how to do this. Some help will be very appreciate. ...
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Can extracting raster values work in polygons' CRS without raster resampling?

I am trying to extract raster values using polygon layer with different CRS. Raster is in WGS84 (EPSG:4326) and the polygons in UTM (EPSG:23031). 1. If I want to work in the projection of the ...
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Lack of Options in Gdal Tool “Build Overviews” QGis

I am using QGis 1.8 and I want to build overviews (pyramids) for satellite imagery using the Gdal Tool. I would like to use the resampling method "cubic convolution", but the option doesn't exist ...
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Resample, ArcGIS: How do I avoid resample taking into acount NoData values?

I am trying to Resample a raster dataset to match the resolution of another dataset. I have fine resolution data on small islands (surrounded by NoData in the sea). When I re-sample the data to a ...
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Is GeoServer Image Pyramid upscaling?

I have an Image Pyramid in GeoServer 2.2 RC3 (not the latests - I know, but I have other pyramids working here). The total size is around 1TB and file size is around 1-2GB for each GeoTIFF. When ...
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Differences in raster extents in gdalinfo, SAGA & Quantum after resampling

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 ...
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How to resample a raster in QGIS?

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 ...
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Vector to Raster for Smoothing purposes

I have a vector file that represents transit scores by CT of a city. It shows harsh boundaries where one CT has great access to transit and right beside that CT is one that has extremely poor access. ...
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What proportion of the 240m area sensed by MODIS must be forest before it is defined as forest?

MOD12 is a MODIS product at 240m resolution. Landsat produces 30m resolution products, which I resampled to 240m resulting in a raster of proportion forest cover in each 240m pixel (based on the mean ...
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how to square the pixels of a GeoTiff

I have a GeoTiff that has been supplied to me with non square pixels (I suspect due to reprojection to lat lon at some point). However the next step in my processing chain requires a Arc ASCII grid as ...
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Resample binary raster to give *proportion* within new cell window

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 ...
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Raster format with rotated cells - no resampling

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 ...
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Change the image size in ARCGIS

I did interpolation operation on temperature and precipitation data. Output image size is 3300 (col) and 2550 (row). I have some NDVI images with size of 15456 (col) and 5074 (row). Generally, I want ...
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What resampling technique should be used when projecting aerial photos?

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 ...
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What is Lanczos resampling useful for in a spatial context?

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 ...
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Converting dataset between coordinate systems

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 ...
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How do you decide what interpolation method to use for resampling raster 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 ...