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I am working with a shapefile of 10km grid regions of the UK obtained from digimap.

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I need to convert this to a raster in order to do some analysis in R regarding agricultural intensity of 10km UK sites.

Everytime I load the vector file in QGIS and do raster->conversion -> rasterize I get an error which reads:

The following layers were not correctly generated.

  • /private/var/folders/q3/vldvgpt970g5mn1y_46n4jjr0000gn/T/processing_cf35adc2256045b9b004c26c6ce46245/94b6409973714574a8226988cee87064/OUTPUT.tif
You can check the 'Log Messages Panel' in QGIS main window to find more information about the execution of the algorithm.

I know there are a lot of other questions about this but none of the answers have helped me to solve what I am trying to do.

Perhaps I am not inputting the correct parameters in the dialog box, could anyone help me with this? I've tried using layer extent and canvas extent in the output extent box and both have not worked.

dialog box

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    you can't have a resolution of 0 - try 100 or 1000 depending on how many pixels per cell you want – Ian Turton Aug 5 at 8:23
  • @IanTurton thanks! is it best to select canvas or layer extent? sorry I have never used QGIS before..! – Bex Jenkins Aug 5 at 8:53
  • either will be fine, canvas is what you are looking at, layer is all of the data – Ian Turton Aug 5 at 9:02
  • @IanTurton the command worked however I have no image, just a blank white space! any ideas? – Bex Jenkins Aug 5 at 9:04
  • @user2856 the only values in my attribute table are the names of the grid squares e.g. NT16, NT19 etc ? – Bex Jenkins Aug 5 at 9:56
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  • Use a value other than 0.0 for the burn-in value, such as 1.0.
  • Use the extent of the land cover raster or the 10km grid
  • Change output raster size units to map instead of pixel,
  • Specify 10000 (your map units are metres, i.e 10km) for the resolution.

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