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Had a similar problem: Try to import it as csv and then via MMQGIS plugin -> Modify -> Text to Float
Using Python as your parser, create a list of your fields and then use a random integer as an index to pull one out randomly. Note 1: random module needs to be imported in the codeblock to ensure it's available. Note 2: If you were to modify this for more or less field values, adjust the last number (shown as 9) to be the length of the list minus 1.
When you load the tiff file in ArcGIS, select display as unique values and it will display each landcover class with a colour code for each numberic landcover class (I presume). These numbers should correspond to the numbers in the excel file which then give the corresponding landcover class? So : Check for an obvious landcover class (e.g. water) that ...
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