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I have a text file which has the details of many .tif files which have to be converted to a single merged .vrt file in QGIS Python Console.

text = "W:/04 Tools/07 MapMaker/workingfiles/text.txt"
with open(text, 'r') as f:
    list_text = [line.strip() for line in f]
    list_no = len(list_text)

I created a list called list_text which contains all the .tif files.

vrtSublist = []
for sllist in range(0,list_no):
    output_vrt = "W:/04 Tools/07 MapMaker/workingfiles/tif" + "_tile" + str(sllist) + ".vrt"
    if os.path.isfile(list_text[sllist]):
        general.runalg("gdalogr:buildvirtualraster",list_text[sllist],0,False,False,output_vrt, progress=None)
        vrtSublist.append(str(output_vrt))
    else:
        print ("The file " + list_text[sllist] + " is Not Found. Please add this file.")

So, all the .vrt files are now in vrtSublist. Now, I want to merge 7 .vrt files each into a single .vrt file; so that I will group all the .vrt files in another list called as sublists (where sublists[0] = 7, sublists[1] = 7,.... ).

y_count = 7
sublists = [vrtSublist[x:x+y_count] for x in xrange(0, len(vrtSublist), y_count)]
if len(vrtSublist) % y_count == 0:
    sublist_no = len(vrtSublist)/y_count
else: 
    sublist_no = (len(vrtSublist)/y_count) + 1
Latlist = []
for slsub in range(0,sublist_no):   
    output_vrtsublist = s"W:/04 Tools/07 MapMaker/workingfiles/tif" + "_Lat" + str(slsub) + ".vrt"
    general.runalg("gdalogr:buildvirtualraster",sublists[slsub],0,False,False,output_vrtsublist, progress=None)
    Latlist.append(str(output_vrtsublist))

Now, I have merged each of the 7 .vrt files into single .vrt files; and now, I can see the list of output .vrt files in another list Latlist.

Latlist_no = len(Latlist)
output_vrtfinal = "W:/04 Tools/07 MapMaker/workingfiles/tif" + "_merged.vrt"
general.runalg("gdalogr:buildvirtualraster",Latlist,0,False,False,output_vrtfinal, progress=None)
output_vrtclipped = "W:/04 Tools/07 MapMaker/workingfiles/tif" + ".vrt"
extents_vrtclip = "%f,%f,%f,%f"% (lon, longmax, lat, latmax)
general.runalg("gdalogr:cliprasterbyextent",output_vrtfinal,"",extents_vrtclip,5,4,75,6,1,False,0,False,"",output_vrtclipped, progress=None)

Unfortunately, I am getting an error

Traceback (most recent call last):
IndexError: list index out of range

I am getting this error in the line :

sublists = [vrtSublist[x:x+y_count] for x in xrange(0, len(vrtSublist), y_count)] 

How can I solve this issue?

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Finally, I solved this issue.

Eventhough the error was displayed as it is in line :

sublists = [vrtSublist[x:x+y_count] for x in xrange(0, len(vrtSublist), y_count)] 

But, actually, the issue was with the line (I found out this after checking the logic of each line by line) :

extents_vrtclip = "%f,%f,%f,%f"% (lon, longmax, lat, latmax) 

Here, as per the coordinate values which I given as input, lat was greater than latmax (that is lat > latmax).

But, as per the algorithm in the line :

general.runalg("gdalogr:cliprasterbyextent",output_vrtfinal,"",extents_vrtclip,5,4,75,6,1,False,0,False,"",output_vrtclipped, progress=None)

lat must be smaller than or equal to latmax (that is lat <= latmax).

So, when I changed the input coordinate values such that lat <= latmax and lon <= longmax ; then the algorithm worked correctly. Thus, my above python program was successfully executed.

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