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I'm trying to test my pixel_metrics() custom function, and I'm not sure how to overwrite the old file, like the error message suggests in the screenshot. I have added overwrite=TRUE to my function call, but it doesn't seem to be working.

It seems like internally pixel_metrics() is calling writeRaster() -- maybe there is a way to propagate overwrite=TRUE to writeRaster() ?

canopy_metrics = pixel_metrics(norm, ~lcp_pixel_metrics(Z, ReturnNumber), 16.4042, overwrite=TRUE)

error message

In addition, I've tried running the following line of code, inspired by this post.

canopy_metrics@output_options$drivers$Raster$param$overwrite <- TRUE

But R says that "output_options" does not exist for class "SpatRaster."

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  • I can't see anything in the help or examples about writing to a file, and I can't trigger this error from the examples, but maybe the examples are small data that can work in memory and not need to work with on-disk data... Try debug(writeRaster) and then see how its being called...
    – Spacedman
    Jul 18, 2023 at 19:22
  • Please always include error messages as formatted text rather than only in a picture.
    – PolyGeo
    yesterday

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Your code canopy_metrics@output_options$drivers$Raster$param$overwrite <- TRUE is correct for RasterLayer from the package raster but applies to a LAScatalog. Here the default output is a SpatRaster from terra. use:

norm@output_options$drivers$SpatRaster$param$overwrite <- TRUE

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  • I ran canopy_metrics@output_options$drivers$SpatRaster$param$overwrite <- TRUE and got the error: no slot of name "output_options" for this object of class "SpatRaster". Do you have any advice? Jul 27, 2023 at 16:27
  • See my edit. This applies to a LAScatalog
    – JRR
    Jul 31, 2023 at 12:34

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