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Your clipping fails because the raster has the odd nodata value of -3.4E+38. Unfortunately, you can not enter that value in the input form. So I suggest to use gdalwarp to change the nodata value and clip as well, but to the extent of the polygon layer: gdalwarp -overwrite -s_srs EPSG:32634 -dstnodata -10 -q -cutline forest_2013_extent.shp -...


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Yes, you are right - the layers list currently only shows the name of raster layers. Symbology and values could be added in the future, but they're not there now. To achieve what you want manually, export and then edit the exported file. You'll have to use Leaflet format, as the OL3 layer switcher doesn't support symbology. Open index.html in a text editor ...


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Because a raster is continuous and points are discrete, you will need to use an interpolation method to create the kind of raster you would like. There are several different interpolation methods that may be better or worse for a specific application - but, here is a pretty brief overview of interpolation: http://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/tool-reference/3d-...


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If I get you correctly, You need to use the below steps- Use point to raster, it will give you a raster of points but blank where no points(i.e. NoData area rendered with nocolor)- maintain same pixel size with layer 2 e.g. 5*5 To get the background, convert polygon of UK into raster after setting the value for this layer 0- maintain same pixel size with ...


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0 (and 360) represents North, as long as a pixel "above" another pixel is indeed north of it --- that is almost always the case. However, if you have a rotated data set (a rare thing) such that N is not up, you would have to apply that rotation to the output to get the true direction. This is not stated in the documentation because it seemed obvious, but ...



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