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I am following the below tutorial to install GDAL: https://sandbox.idre.ucla.edu/sandbox/tutorials/installing-gdal-for-windows after failing to install through the OSGEO4W setup, I have updated my environments and when typing in gdalinfo in the command prompt I get the following:

C:\Users\amell>gdalinfo
Usage: gdalinfo [--help-general] [-json] [-mm] [-stats] [-hist] [-nogcp] [-nomd]
                [-norat] [-noct] [-nofl] [-checksum] [-proj4]
                [-listmdd] [-mdd domain|`all`] [-wkt_format WKT1|WKT2|...]*
                [-sd subdataset] [-oo NAME=VALUE]* datasetname

FAILURE: No datasource specified.

When I type in gdaltranslator I get the following:

C:\Users\amell>gdaltranslator
'gdaltranslator' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
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  • are you trying for gdal_translate?
    – Ian Turton
    Aug 3 at 14:53
  • I am trying to eventually configure GeoNode Aug 3 at 14:55
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    There is no program gdaltranslator (AFAIK) but there is one called gdal_translate - your gdalinfo response looks good to me. Try gdalinfo --formats to be sure
    – Ian Turton
    Aug 3 at 15:26
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    Use the command literally as Ian wrote it gdalinfo --formats. There is no program named "gdal" but "gdalinfo" does exists. Another exercise for you is to try gdalinfo --version.
    – user30184
    Aug 3 at 17:18
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    The same procedure is in this site (gis.stackexchange.com) in following link: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/44958/… . If you launch IDLE (Python GUI) and type from osgeo import gdal [Enter] without any error, you have installed GDAL. If not, you have to repeat the process until to find out where the problem is.
    – xunilk
    Aug 3 at 17:29
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The installation is ok.
gdalinfo tool needs a datasetname parameter at least, e.g gdalinfo some_raster.tif to get the information from some_raster.tif.
gdaltranslator is not the name of any tool provided by GDAL.

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