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In QGIS, how to clip a raster with a polygon mask, but keep the outer edge cells of the raster touching the mask?

In other words: how to create a one raster cell outer buffer for the masking polygon?

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    It's probably much easier just to run the buffer tool on the polygon mask layer and increase the extent of that.
    – Joseph
    Commented Oct 17, 2016 at 10:28
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    @Joseph but you'd have to buffer it by the diagonal of a cell to catch cells that just touch the polygon by a corner, and that size buffer would also catch cells that don't touch the polygon.
    – Spacedman
    Commented Oct 17, 2016 at 11:54

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solved it by creating a buffer first as @Joseph suggested. To get buffer:

ogr2ogr.exe "\"[temporary file]\"" 1402.shp 1402 -dialect sqlite -sql "SELECT ST_Buffer( geometry , 0.001 ),* FROM '1402' "

where, 1402.shp is my mask shapefile and 0.001 is my buffer distance.

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