I'm currently in between ArcMap licenses so I'm working through QGIS and trying to reclassify a land use Raster from the USDA with 256 values. I have a text file I'm trying to use as the input: shown here

Here is the symbology tab of my raster, let me know if you need to view different aspects of it. I should also note I can't find an attribute table for the raster, so for all I know, it has to do with that. raster details

Here are my parameters, pretty basic stuff: parameters

I'm trying to run this in the r.reclass tool in GRASSGIS but I'm getting some errors shown here: Errors

From what I can tell, it accepts my rules when I enter them as text rather than upload them as a file, but I'm still getting an error when I try to run the script.

EDIT: After fixing the north larger than south, I'm still getting other errors - log here

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    Just about the ERROR: North must be larger than South let me draw your attention to the region extent (the last picture) n 0.0 s 0.0 e 0.0 w 0.0. Perhaps you can check Advanced parameters - GRASS GIS 7 region extent; Select Use layer extent and see what happens.
    – Kazuhito
    Nov 18 '18 at 1:29
  • @Kazuhito That took care of that error, but still getting others
    – EJSMIZ
    Nov 18 '18 at 1:45
  • EJSMIZ, glad it worked (a bit :) The other error says the reclassify rule is invalid. Not sure, but a common format is 6 thru 12 = 9. BTW you may be better off with r.recode.
    – Kazuhito
    Nov 18 '18 at 1:48
  • @Kazuhito I went and tried a different table here but it said I didn't specify any rules when I tried to run it..
    – EJSMIZ
    Nov 18 '18 at 2:12
  • EJSMIZ, how did it go? Could doubled 8 be troublesome?
    – Kazuhito
    Nov 18 '18 at 2:24

If you're looking for a simpler Reclassify tool, search in the toolbox for "Reclassify by table". This native reclassification algorithm is much simpler to execute than the GRASS based algorithm.

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