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I need to rasterize a part of OSM map by coordinates. I found rather good algorithm, but can’t finish it. I have problems in STEP 3.

I described all algorithm here – may be someone have the same task.

STEP 1: Create a polygon (box polygon) with cover of wanted part of map.

Function (or query):

INSERT INTO rast.box (box_geom) 
VALUES (ST_GeomFromText('POLYGON ((30.200 59.920, 30.200 59.960, 30.260 59.960, 30.260 59.920, 30.200 59.920))',4326));

Order of creating points (corners coordinates): lowLeft->upperLeft->upperRight->lowRight->lowLeft. 5 points.

STEP 2: Use ST_Overlaps and ST_Within to choose geometry objects inside box polygon. In my example - polygons of buildings. My Function:

INSERT INTO rast.over
SELECT g.geom 
FROM rast.spb g, rast.box b
WHERE ST_Overlaps (g.geom, b. box_geom)=true 
OR 
ST_Within (g.geom, b. box_geom)=true 
AND 
b.id=1;

b.id is id of box polygon.

STEP 3: Use ST_AsRaster and ST_Union for rasterization all of objects and union in one. I found posts about this theme (http://geospatialelucubrations.blogspot.ca/2014/05/a-guide-to-rasterization-of-vector.html, and this one is good too: postgis.17.x6.nabble.com/Rasterize-a-vector-td4997893, sorry I can post only 2 links), but I don’t understand some things:

Substep 3.1: In first guide, the author used two tables – first named “forestcover”, second named “elevation”, but I have only one table with OSM geometries. When he used ST_AsRaster, he used the second parameter: raster ref (from http://postgis.net/docs/RT_ST_AsRaster.html). Could you explain how can I use it?

Substep 3.2: My function:

CREATE TABLE rast.result  AS
SELECT ST_AsRaster(q, 100, 100, '4BUI')
FROM rast.over;

When I’m trying only to rasterize (without union) – it’s working. The table with special column is created. And I also find the result table with rows (I have 1700 geometry objects and I have 1700 rows with raster type ). But the rows are empty! Why? I try to look from pgAdmin3. And when I try to see this raster table in QGIS2.4 (through DB Manager), I have this Error:

“Error, the table rast.airports contains tiles with different srid. This feature is not yet supported by the PostGIS Raster driver. Please, specify a table that contains only tiles with the same srid or provide a 'where' constraint to select just the tiles with the same value for srid”

I checked table in ST_SRID and all of rows are in the same srid (in 4326).

Substep 3.3: When I try to union the raster from the result table or from this function:

CREATE TABLE rast.result AS
SELECT 
ST_Union(ST_AsRaster(q, 100, 100, '4BUI'))
FROM rast.over;

I have this Error in pgAdmin sql-console:

rt_raster_from_two_rasters: The two rasters provided do not have the same alignment

May be the problem is with “alignment”? How can I fix it?

STEP 4: My last step should be to convert postgis raster to GEOtiff. And I’m going to use ST_AsTiff.

Please, help to solve these problems!

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Substep 3.1: The reference raster is used to know how to align the tiles and the pixels when you already have a raster coverage you want everything to be aligned on. If you don't already have a raster coverage you can use the other variant of ST_AsRaster() to parameter the alignment. Your problem is definitely alignment...

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