I have 4 .tif files that I have loaded in QGIS and I am looking to extract data at very specific locations using mutant. I have the points I want loaded in as a csv file and there is a large number of them. Whilst I could manually go to each point and use mutant to locate the data I'm looking for the process can be quite tedious and can be open to errors. Is there a way to automate this process?
Steps I want to automate:
1. Send cursor to specific location 2. Use a click event or manipulate mutant to retrieve data at that point 3. Export that data to a csv or dataframe like structure 4. Iterate over to next location
I have read up on this link which only seems to provide me half the answer and not how to send a click event or manipulate mutant. Is there a way to take control of the mouse pointer using python in QGIS?
I am familiar with python and that is what I intend to use to automate this process