Questions tagged [band-interleaved-by-line]

Band Interleaved by Line (BIL) Image Encoding is a method for encoding image data for multiband raster images, such as images obtained from satellites. BIL is not in itself an image format, but is a scheme for storing the actual pixel values of an image in a file band by band for each line, or row, of the image.

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Convert BSQ to BIL

I have this set of BSQ files that contain information about meteorological enesembles. I want to import them using a software called Delft-FEWS, which only supports import of BIL files. Each file ...
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BIL formatted elevation files from NED

Sorry this is a novice question. I am completely new to the GIS domain and inherited a parser that expects a .bil file to get elevation at latlon points. From what little documentation there was, it ...
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Reading zipped ESRI BIL files with Python

I asked the question below on StackOverflow, but haven't received any feedback there yet: I have precipitation data from the PRISM Climate Group which are now offered in .bil format (ESRI BIL, I ...
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How to convert ESRI grid file to ASCII format, or otherwise import into matlab

I need to import a climate map downloaded from WorldClim into Matlab for manipulation with the mapshow command. I am comfortable reading in ASCII grid data into matlab, but this format is not ...
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Convert ARC BIL to netCDF

We are interested in using a dataset created by a fire lab. The data is in ARC BIL format. Is there a way to convert this into netCDF?