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Alum.DESKTOP-EEJENVF looks like a bad choice for an output path. The dot in the folder name may throw off some tools. Try something simple like C:\temp\cut1.tif instead.


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Fiona does not have spatial operations such as clipping, intersections, unions, etc. The user manual, "explains how to use the Fiona package for reading and writing geospatial data files. " It states: There are no layers, no cursors, no geometric operations, no transformations between coordinate systems, no remote method calls; all these concerns ...


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Seeing the label-placement of your district boundaries I assume they are actually polygons. If so, you can do the following: Instead of using "clip", try "intersection". This will cut your roads at the edges of each district and add their attributes to the roads. 1) Two layers. A) Roads (not clipped) and B) Districts (labels show district names) 2) Run ...


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Without your geometry, I used one stored in my GEE assets and the following version of your code ran but, the downloading task also crushes at few seconds as you said. var clipToCol = function(image){ return image.clip(export_geometry_2); }; var export_geometry_2 = ee.FeatureCollection("users/joseguerreroa/utah/utah_bounds"); var dataset = ee....


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Please see below a reproducible example. The example you have given uses variables that are not defined. // Define ply geometry var geometry = ee.Geometry.Polygon([[113.29693066406253,32.978167214883634], [119.66900097656253,32.978167214883634], [119.66900097656253,36.20607892441336], ...


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