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It is always a good idea to check any new LiDAR in LAS or LAZ format with the LAS validator tool as this will report any warnings or - more severe - failures in the file's adherence to the ASRPS specification. Also and read or decompression errors (e.g. due to rare bitflips and more common file truncations) will become obvious. You also find the free and ...


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Nothing beats GDAL from osgeo import gdal import matplotlib.pyplot as plt ds = gdal.Open('file.tif').ReadAsArray() im = plt.imshow(ds) plt.colorbar(im) And to do some proper mapping with projections included use cartopy


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Thanks for your help! I will try to check if map package will work. In the attachment you can find a sample of my work. What I really need is beeing able to send visualised lake bathymetry with contour layer in it. If I would send it as a raster, it will open in a default white-black colour scale and this is what I want to avoid.


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you can do all of this using layer packages or map packages


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It is possible, if you use tiled map services. More here: ArcGIS Online - Publish Tiles If you use ArcGIS Online to create the tiles, there will be a cost in 'credits' to process them. You can do the processing yourself and publish it via Server if you aren't able to incur this cost. Here's some info on the cost in credits to create the tiles.



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