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I am running

r.neighbors --overwrite --verbose input=bf03pits@PERMANENT output=bf03pitsdenoise method=mode size=5

in the GRASS GUI using the r.neighbors dialog.

bf03pits has 3955848 all with values either 0 or 1.

When I run r.neighbors the result has 1 cell with a range of -nan to -nan.

Yet the output shows no errors.

Why might r.neighbors be failing? How can I go about doing what I want?

  • Have you set the region to match your input raster? i.e. g.region rast=bf03pits – si_2012 Mar 15 '13 at 1:00
  • @si_2012, that was absolutely the problem. Please write your comment up as an answer so I can accept it. Was there some obvious way I should have known that? – Richard Mar 15 '13 at 4:30
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    Answer written up. There's no obvious way to know this, but with Grass its essential to pay close attention to the region settings. Before running commands, type g.region -p in the command line to make sure the settings are as you expect. – si_2012 Mar 15 '13 at 9:07
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In Grass, this sort of problem occurs when the region settings don't match the input raster. Try setting the region to the input raster, i.e. g.region rast=bf03pits, before running r.neighbors.

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In GRASS v. 7.x the solution is still the same (we must match region setting with the raster extent) but the option has changed : g.region raster=bf03pits

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