Is it possible to create a raster in QGIS from a CSV file that is a “matrix of coordinates” without transforming it into a vector?
I explain: My data is a matrix of 5500 columns and 175 rows, it is 962500 points. The Columns are the X coordinates and the Rows are the Y coordinates. The values in the matrix are the Z coordinate of each point. The X distance between points is 0,04 cm and the Y distance is 0,80 cm. I could try reorganizing the data in a way that I have just three coordinates in columns X, Y, Z for all the 962500 points. However, it means an additional step and I would have to do it repeatedly as my experiment produces the CSV file described before.
How can I create the raster in QGIS from the original matrix?