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gdal_merge shifts rasters after processing, layer stack is slightly off

I have experienced that gdal shifts rasters. The outputs of gdal_warp are often skewed, have different pixel sizes and so forth. A known error which has also been discussed here. But now, I had to ...
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Calculating quantile values over a stack of images with grass gis. Help needed on r.series

I need to calculate the values for the 25%, 50%, 75% and 90% quantile over a series of rasters (time series of ndvi values from landsat). I am exploring the r.series command in Grass GIS, but the ...
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How to calculate 90% confidence interval in a raster stack

I have a stack of grid files (23) in ASC format from a MODIS sensor and I need to calculate a 90% confidence interval, mean, min, etc, for each one in R, how can I do that? specially the interval. #...
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R -plot 12 images per plot or save 12 images per image file in R

Here is R script and my question is How can I plot 12 images per plot or save 12 images per image file because I have total 864 images. RAD1998 <- raster(paste(getwd(), "/1998bil /...
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Stacking overlapping rasters, keeping cell values on top?

I have a land cover classification that consists of three files. One file is the LCC for the western half of my study area, another covers the eastern half (these two overlap in the middle), and the ...
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Running Erdas command in MS-DOS

I have generated the following command line in ERDAS, and want to run it in MS-DOS. Getting an error- "system cannot find the path specified". I have checked the path by opening it in windows ...
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RasterStack extract() for duplicated dates

I have a a Large RasterStack of temperatures and a 10570 points in a Large SpatialPointsDataFrame and I'm using extract() to assign the temperatures to each point in R. sub<-stack(temp@layers[...
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write rasters from estudm2spixdf with significant digits

I have estimated my kernels using kernelUD from the adehabitatHS package which produces information from multiple animals as a class estUDm. I am trying to write out from R to get into ArcGIS the ...
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Is there anyway to stack or merge .hdf files in R Studio?

I would like to be able to merge, mosaic, or stack several .hdf files. Does anyone know the package or library i should be looking for the tool to do this?
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Using GDAL/Python to stack georeferenced images of different sizes

I am in the process of porting a code I wrote in IDL (interactive data language) to Python but am running into a bit of a problem that I am hoping someone can help me with. The code goes like this: ...
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Can ArcGIS Desktop stack layers?

I have 7 bands of Landsat and I would like to combine all layers into one layer. Can ArcMap 10 do this like Erdas software can?
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how to rename the band-names of a layer stack?

I created a layer stack of 20 images (all GTiff-files) using the gdal_merge tool in QGIS, available at: raster > miscellaneous > merge The result is a GTiff layer stack of the 20 images, but ...
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Stack sat images and run operation on all

I have about 300 MODIS satellite with different acqusition dates, covering the same area. I am not used to work with so many tiles at once so I ask for advice. I am working with ArcMap10.1 What I ...
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Layer stacking rasters in QGIS?

I have some multi-spectral data, where the individual bands are separate Raster files. How do I layer stack these rasters so that I get one raster with 3 bands instead of 3 different rasters? This ...