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QGIS raster calculator is confusing me and I have no idea how to perform a very simple task.

I have 2 rasters, A and B:

Raster A has 9999 values on all pixels. Raster B has different values including no data pixels.

I want Raster A pixel to = Raster B pixel where B != null

Which means Raster C(output) is 9999 Except where Raster B has values

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  • What have you tried? See for example something like: Conditional calculation - QGIS Raster Calculator or GRASS r.mapcalculator
    – Bera
    Commented Mar 3, 2020 at 15:27
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    I tried this, didn't work: (("slope_clipped@1">0) * "9999@1" = "slope_clipped@1") + (("slope_clipped@1">0) * "9999@1" = 9999) I.E.: if(rasterB_pixel >0){ rasterA_pixel = rasterB_pixel } else{ rasterA_pixel = 9999 //do nothing }
    – Steffan
    Commented Mar 3, 2020 at 15:51

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The QGIS-documentation provides a very similar example-task: https://docs.qgis.org/3.4/en/docs/user_manual/working_with_raster/raster_calculator.html

According to the documentation, the following should work:

("slope_clipped@1" > 0) * "slope_clipped@1" + ("slope_clipped@1" = 0) * 9999

Naturally, if you didn't describe your data correctly to us, this wont work.

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You can do it without raster calculator, using Fill NoData cells. Input is Raster B, Fill value is 9999.

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