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The error is occurring because you have faulty logic in the way you are building the output name. You keep concatenating to an existing string rather than resetting it. Lets say you have 3 rasters r1,r2,r3. You initially set outpoint = "E:/testextract/hh" The first iteration of your loop you create E:/testextract/hh\r1 second iteration would create ...
Also there is a QGIS plugin to make .kmz files from your QGIS canvas for Garmin devices. It is called GarminCustomMap
You can use the Atlas functionality of the Print Composer. You center-coordinate could be a point layer, with a point for the center of the city map or a bound of a polygon if you city is a polygon. The layer defining bound of map is called the coverage layer. The zoom level is either a margin on geometry or scale. You cannot data bind to the zoom level ...
Yes. What you want is the Atlas Generator in the Print Composer. This is exactly what it was created for. There are a couple of tutorials which will help you achieve this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=698BZcblGi4 How to set up a Coverage Layer for Atlas Plugin? http://www.slideshare.net/qgis_uk/qgis-atlas-nobuild ...
Changed .upper == to .upper() == and it works.
Try something like this: import sys, arcpy, os mypath = "C:\input" Images =  arcpy.env.workspace = mypath for ThisFile in os.listdir(mypath): thisName,thisExt = os.path.splitext(ThisFile) if thisExt.upper() == ".TIF": Images.append(ThisFile) out_workspace = r"C:\Users\Robby\Desktop\Test" OutSR = arcpy.SpatialReference(26916) # ...
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