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You can use "Vector General -> Save Vector Features to File" tool. In the tool window, you can set the coordinate precision using COORDINATE_PRECISION=NUMBER beneath "GDAL layer options".


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If I understand your issue: I would use the Rasterize (Vector to Raster) algorithm in the processing toolbox. Set your polygon layer as the input. Set the burn in value to 1. Set your desired pixel size in georeferecnce units, and your desired extent etc. This will result in a layer that has 1 as the values in the polygon areas and nodata in all other cells. ...


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not sure it is possible in a one-step scenario but u're able to test the following : selection by expression (select all with the ad-hoc expression) extract selected features


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I guess, I just found the answer for my question. When importing the txt-file, I did not tick the box "Decimal separator is comma" (which is the case for my coordinates). After doing that, the coordinates are displayed as points on the map and the export works fine. Did not know the limitations of shapefiles. If necessary, you can delete or close ...


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You could try to use 'Clip raster by mask layer' to mask your raster layer.


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Sounds like you need to convert your grid to polygons - one polygon for each "box" that you want, before exporting to KML.


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I was able to download a water mask by selecting pixels greater than the threshold value, using updateMask rather than mask, and adding the scale and region parameters in the geemap.export_image() function. Furthermore, I recommend using a variable for your region to save having to call the conversion function each time. roi = geemap.geojson_to_ee(geojson) ...


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To export a valid 'line'-geojson you could set the verbosity to 'geom'. If you are facing timeout issues you could set a larger timeout value than the default 25. import overpass import geojson api = overpass.API(timeout=500) # api.get already returns a FeatureCollection, a GeoJSON type res = api.get(""" area[name="Granollers"][...


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This worked for me: Create a project folder somewhere. Mine is C:\GossanHill. Put your .las files in there. Get the LASTools The programs we need don’t really need to be installed, just saved at a convenient location. Get LASTools from rapidlasso. Open the Lastools.zip file. Navigate to the bin folder. Copy these files to your project folder: las2las....


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