I want to derive terrain attributes from DEM with saga and whiteBox GAT (SAT). I have problem in exporting data into excel. would you help me?
Okay, here is a solution that will allow you to easily import Whitebox binary raster files into Excel. First, export the raster using the Export ArcGIS ASCII Grid tool (in fact any of the ASCII raster export tools will work fine).
Next, launch Excel and open the file, which will have the same name as your Whitebox raster file but with a .txt extension. A dialog will be displayed like the one below:
Be sure to select 'Delimited', press 'Next', and check the 'Space' box, as in below:
Press 'Finish' and you should be presented with a spreadsheet like the one below.
You can optionally delete the header part of the file contained in the first six rows of the spreadsheet. Please note that if you are working with a larger sized raster, working with the data in Excel may be extremely cumbersome and perhaps even impractical. Furthermore, depending on the version of Excel that you are using (pre-2007) you may be restricted to 256 columns and 65,536 rows.