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So I found the answer myself. I opened up the file geodatabase with ArcGIS and saw that it indeed contained raster datasets. So the answer is: Even the new QGIS completely ignores raster datasets when opening a file geodatabase. You wouldn't even know whether or not the GDB contains such data if you are not able to open it with ArcGIS. Very unfortunate.


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This should get you started with reading in all of your feature classes, then you can perform a similar operation to what you've included in your question. library(sf) path<-"C:/Users/GIS Data/Some Folder/your.gdb" gdb<-st_layers(path) list_of_features<-purrr::map(gdb$name,~st_read(dsn=path,layer=.)) st_layers will list all of the names within ...


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