I am trying to extend this process


wherein a set of raster data with separate geolocation arrays are map re-projected using virtual rasters and gdal.

Goal: Create a global image mosaic from ~15 HDF5 "swath" grided data files. The final image must have rows = 4872 & columns = 11568. The latter is based on NSIDC EASE Grid Version 2 (http://nsidc.org/data/ease/ease_grid2.html)

The command line tags and options for gdalwarp are:

-geoloc -overwrite -co "COMPRESS=LZW" -tr 3000 3000 -srcnodata -9999 -dstnodata -9999 -r average-s_srs EPSG:4326 -t_srs '+proj=cea +x_0=0 +y_0=0 +lon_0=0 +lat_ts=30 +ellps=WGS84 +units=m +no_defs'

Each file has 6 data bands, thus at the end should get 6 different image mosaics. Files are ~2GB large.

Progress so far:

Able to open and read each file using h5py

indata = h5py.File(filename)
data_band_1 = indata["cell_sigma0_1"]
data_band_1 = np.where(data_band_1 <=0,-9999,data_band_1 )
data_band_1 [data_flg_band_1 == TRUE] = -9999

Save numpy arrays as Tiff using the following, but with out geotransform information

srs = osr.SpatialReference()
outFileName = mydates[iter_day]+'.tif'
gdalDriver = getGDALFormatFromExt(outFileName)
driver = gdal.GetDriverByName(format)
metadata = driver.GetMetadata()
newDataset = driver.Create(outFileName, inXSize, inYSize, numBands,gdal.GDT_Float32)
stat = newDataset.GetRasterBand(i+1).ComputeStatistics(0) newDataset.GetRasterBand(i+1).SetStatistics(stat[0], stat[1], stat[2], stat[3])
newDataset = None

Created virtual rasters (.vrt) similar to the method in the link above. But replaced the source data with the new Tiff.

Question: How can I merge all the .vrt files to a raster with a specific size (e.g., known rows and columns)

Note: the lat/lon steps are not necessary uniform (can't setup a world file)

  • As per the Tour there should be only one question asked per question. Can you revise your question to pose the single question that you are seeking to have answered, please?
    – PolyGeo
    Jun 18 '16 at 23:07

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