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I have downloaded multiple products from EO-1 satellite and I have created digital rasters out of them. Each of them contains 10 or 242 bands (those are hyperspectral). I have also created a shapefile for each of them with multiple points. Now I would like to create a table/array with Python containing values of a pixel from each band with coordinates from a shapefile. I would like to have all bands in separate columns and all points in separate rows. I have managed to create such data frame in R, and I tried to do so with GDAL and numpy but I am far less familiar with Python.

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  • Hey, welcome to GIS SE. Can you provide your efforts (i.e a code sample of what you have tried using Python)? Furthermore, check this answer I wrote sometime ago. It might be a good starting point for retrieving pixel values from xy coordinates. Jul 3, 2019 at 16:48
  • I think, it has already been answered here and here.
    – pan
    Jul 3, 2019 at 17:02

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