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I'm using gdal lib for Python in a Jupyter Notebook environment.

I'd like to retrieve the resolution of a raster to use it in a gdal.warp call.

At the moment I do the following :

src = gdal.Open(mask)
ulx, xres, xskew, uly, yskew, yres  = src.GetGeoTransform()

but I get too much information. Is there a way to only retreive xres and yres?

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    because I really don't like to instantiate useless variables. I try to clarify and organize a working code ;-) – Pierrick Rambaud Jul 17 '20 at 9:35
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    Not adding as an answer as it's ugly, but you could use slice notation: xres, yres = src.GetGeoTransform()[1:6:4] – user2856 Jul 17 '20 at 10:06
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Google says no. But a "workaround" could be to use operator.itemgetter:

import gdal, operator
src = gdal.Open(mask)
xres, yres = operator.itemgetter(1,5)(src.GetGeoTransform())
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If you only want to avoid the unused variables use this code:

import gdal
...
src = gdal.Open(mask)
_, xres, _, _, _, yres  = src.GetGeoTransform()

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