I'm rasterizing some wind data from oos.soest.hawaii.edu/erddap/griddap/NCEP_Global_Best to use as an overlay of a final image, but I'm having issues calculating the bounding box of the final image.
Can I safely assume, giving the data is continuous, that each latitude/longitude corresponds to the center of my final pixel? If not, which metadata keys should I have been looking?
In the case that the position is indeed referencing the center of the pixel, then can I say the following?
bounding_south = smallest_latitude - (latitude_resolution / 2) bounding_north = largest_latitude + (latitude_resolution / 2) bounding_west = smallest_longitude - (latitude_resolution / 2) bounding_east = largest_longitude + (latitude_resolution / 2)
Unfortunately I couldn't access the data using gdal_translate to test it.