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Another option is to install the Anaconda Python distribution which has packages for GDAL. If you are going to be doing a lot of work using GDAL with other Python packages (scipy, pandas, scikit-learn etc.,) this might be a better option than OSGeo4W. On the other hand if you want to use Python in combination with a number of open source remote sensing and ...


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I just had this same problem. Including the full path to gdal_calc.py was only part of the solution for me. Using Spyder (Anaconda) with Python 2.7, I had to include the statement: os.system('python path\to\anaconda\python path\to\gdal_calc.py -A filename -B filename --outfile=out.tif --calc=(A+B)') Also note that if using a numpy function in the --calc ...


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Your ArcGIS python is the system default. So when you run a python script without specifying which python to use, the ArcGIS one is used. Don't upgrade the ArcGIS numpy, you can break arcpy. You can run gdal_calc.py using the Anaconda python using something like path\to\anaconda\python path\to\gdal_calc.py etc... If you don't want to do this every ...


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Settings (or extra) --> options --> Locale --> (click to override) then chose language --> restart the programme to apply the new settings


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If you like the manual installations, you can follow these steps: Downloaded the binary files. In my case I used: postgresql-9.5.3-1-windows-x64-binaries.zip postgis-bundle-pg95-2.2.2x64-2.zip Copy all the content from postgis to postgresql in the root folder. At the end you will find the folders: bin, gdal-data, lib, pgAdmin III, share, utils and more ...



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