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comment Convert WGS84 coordinates to ECEF Cartasian (XYZ) coordinates using pyproj
Search for how to convert between EPSG 4326 and 4978 gis.stackexchange.com/a/54364/2856
Feb
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comment First time rasterio error
@Kersten yes rasterio will work with numpy >=1.8.0 if the rasterio binaries (pyd) are compiled against numpy 1.8.0. If the rasterio binaries were built against numpy 1.9x, they will only work work with numpy >= 1.9. i.e if rasterio is built against numpy 1.8, you can use numpy 1.8, 1.9, 1.10 etc. if rasterio is built against numpy 1.9, you can't use numpy 1.8, only 1.9, 1.10, etc. The error message in the Q is showing an ABI incompatibility
Feb
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revised Issues with Euclidean Allocation Python Script
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comment GDAL: *.nc rasters, opened as “netCDF/Network Common Data Format” under Linux and as “ HDF5/Hierarchical Data Format Release 5” under Windows
@Giovanni I can't open it with the netCDF driver on Windows either. Do you use the GIS Internals GDAL binaries?
Feb
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comment First time rasterio error
You may need to upgrade numpy (test this out in a virtualenv, don't break your system numpy) as the numpy ABI is not forward compatible. Packages compiled against numpy 1.9 (for example) will not work with numpy 1.8 or lower. It is backwards compatible, so packages compiled against numpy 1.7 (for example) will work with numpy 1.8 or higher. I don't use OSX, but have run into this in Windows where RasterIO wouldn't run against my numpy 1.7.1, but required numpy 1.9.
Feb
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comment First time rasterio error
Looks like you have an old version of numpy. What does python -c "import numpy; print numpy.__version__" print out?
Feb
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comment GDAL: *.nc rasters, opened as “netCDF/Network Common Data Format” under Linux and as “ HDF5/Hierarchical Data Format Release 5” under Windows
@Giovanni does your Windows GDAL include the netCDF driver?
Feb
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comment GDAL: *.nc rasters, opened as “netCDF/Network Common Data Format” under Linux and as “ HDF5/Hierarchical Data Format Release 5” under Windows
@kyle, that sounds logical, and yes in my windows GDAL, the HDF* and netCDF drivers are plugins.
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revised GDAL: *.nc rasters, opened as “netCDF/Network Common Data Format” under Linux and as “ HDF5/Hierarchical Data Format Release 5” under Windows
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answered GDAL: *.nc rasters, opened as “netCDF/Network Common Data Format” under Linux and as “ HDF5/Hierarchical Data Format Release 5” under Windows
Feb
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revised How to convert float raster to vector with python GDAL
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comment Why do people pronounce GDAL (Geospatial Data Abstraction Library) like goo-dal?
@HowardButler 'twas a joke :) but not really relevant anymore now that Frank no longer pronounces GDAL "goodle" :(
Jan
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comment How to extract all pixel values in a raster file
What data type is your raster (pixel type/depth)?
Jan
29
comment How to determine the appropriate size of a 3 dimesional raster block/chunk
Please edit your question and provide details of the amount of RAM you have and whether you are running 32 or 64 bit python.
Jan
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comment Multi MXD export excluding specific MXD using arcpy
The pass statement is one issue. The other main issue with the OP's code is that if 'project2' will always evaluate to True. I know your code fixes this, but your answer would be improved if you explained why.
Jan
23
comment QGIS polygonize tool not working
Please edit your question to provide more details, such as a gdalinfo report and screenshot of the raster and your polygonize parameters.
Jan
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revised GDAL Sentinel-2 driver
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revised How to call gdal_translate from Python code?
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answered Python and ArcObjects- Stand Alone open MXD