I have numerous multiband rasters (36 band) in which preserving the band order is important for future processing. One of the bands often contains erroneous data and I'd like to be able to change all the values in within that band to 0, but keep the band in place. Then ideally overwrite the changes to the existing raster. Is there a way to do this without having to open the band in question, make the change to 0, and then re-stack all the other bands along with the edited band into a new file? Or at the very least save the changes to a new raster without having to call up the other 35 bands individually into the stacking function?
import rasterio as rio import numpy as np inraster = "path_to_a_mutliband_raster" rast = rio.open(inraster) badband = rast.read(7) badbad[badband != 0] = 0
From there I'm not sure how to save those changes back into the mutliband raster.