I had to get used to GRASS the last two days because I can't set up my python IDE to work with my osgeo4w python and I find it incredibly clunky. I have a simple ascii raster - I think its origin is ESRI ArcGIS given the following header structure:
ncols 389 nrows 265 xllcorner 665140 yllcorner 4823160 cellsize 20 NODATA_value -9999
All I want to do is a simple import with the GRASS python editor to perform simple raster analyes. None of the 'Import raster data' menu entries worked out (probably because I can't flag the input type?), nor with the python editor. I tried to use r.in.gdal:
import grass.script as grass grass.run_command("r.in.gdal", input="AAIGrid_raster.asc", output="GRASS_raster.asc", flags="f")
But I don't know how to specify the import format (most likely AAIGrid), as the description here doesn't help me sufficiently (btw. I think there are errors too on that page). In case I'd use
-f AAIGrid in the shell, how does that look in pythonian?