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I have two rasters and am using QGIS 3.6

I want to know which areas in raster 1 that are "no data" are not "no data" in raster 2.

I also want to know what areas in raster 2 that are "no data" are not "no data" in raster 1.

I assume that the QGIS raster calculator is the tool to use. I dont think there is a way to use conditional statements and I am unsure how to enter No data into it.

  • Isnt that guide outdated. None of those no data formulas work in the latest raster calculator. – MapInfoNewbie Mar 4 at 0:02
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    Spelling NoData as "no data" is confusing, and indicates you do not understand the concept of null values. – Vince Mar 4 at 0:46
  • The GRASS functions will work > gis.stackexchange.com/questions/81640/… – Mapperz Mar 4 at 3:16
  • Thank you for your correction Vince. I was using the "Reclassify by Table" tool which refers to null values as "no data". – MapInfoNewbie Mar 4 at 22:17

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