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In an attempt to join two rasters with a very small offset, the join on ST_ClosestPoint geometry column is logical to me:

SELECT s.geom, s.val, c.val
FROM s
JOIN c ON ST_ClosestPoint(s.geom , c.geom) = s.geom

But this does not return any results.

(PostGIS v2.2.1 and PostgreSQL v9.5)

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  • Perhaps try with ST_SnapToGrid, the raster version, and use ST_Intersects for the join condition? Commented Aug 25, 2016 at 11:30
  • what is an example of the actual geometry of s.geom and c.geom? eg: 'POINT(-90.3928339896896 36.7569372904341)'
    – kttii
    Commented Aug 25, 2016 at 13:23

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ST_ClosestPoint returns an actual point, not a boolean as would be needed for a JOIN.

See also PostGIS: ST_ClosestPoint join error

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