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That's very odd because in creating an ESRI floating point raster, Whitebox simply changes the extension of the .tas file (Whitebox) to .flt (ESRI). They share the same basic data format so there is no need to convert anything but the accompanying header file. Given this, I just don't see how the data could be changed in the process. Have you confirmed that ...



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