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I am working on implementing the example at Quantized-Mesh-Tile on my own data sets which are in .Tif (Digital Elevation Models) format.

According to the module, it accept input data in one of this fomats:-

A list of shapely polygon geometries representing 3 dimensional triangles.
    or
A list of WKT or WKB Polygons representing 3 dimensional triangles.
    or
A list of triplet of vertices using the following structure:
    ``(((lon0/lat0/height0),(...),(lon2,lat2,height2)),(...))``

How to I convert my .Tif image to the shapely polygon geometries representing 3 dimensional triangles? Or any of the options above.

marked as duplicate by xunilk, Jochen Schwarze, whyzar, KHibma, ahmadhanb qgis Nov 15 '18 at 5:57

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  • @xunilk This is a Python question? The other one is not. – HeikkiVesanto Nov 13 '18 at 15:53