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I am trying to import 16-bit data into Google Earth Engine.

I get this error.

No data value 65536.0 cannot be applied to band #0 of type Integer<0, 65535>.

No Data is 65536

I tell it that 65536 is no data here

Where I enter the nodata value

  • what I understand is that uint16 data can take values from 0 to 65535, so there cannot be a value of 65536, but you are telling it that no data is that value (which is out of range). I guess generally the value 0 is assigned to be no data – Rodrigo E. Principe Apr 28 at 3:24
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    65536 cannot be represented as a 16-bit integer (it overflows to zero). The error says the value is not legal. – Vince Apr 28 at 4:02
  • Did you ever figure this out? – clifgray Jun 5 at 18:57
  • @clifgray So I used GDAL to change the nodata value from 65536 to something else (think I used 10,000 as this is not in my data) and then on the upload to GEE I told it 10,000 was NoData and it worked a treat – If you do not know- just GIS Jun 5 at 19:17

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