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To and from nodes in stream network using Whitebox Tools (in R)

I am still not sure if this is possible with native Whitebox tools. However, when working with R there is an easy workaround. delineate stream network as usual (condition DEM,flow direction,flow ...
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Issue with delineation using dem because of a DAM

Gokul is correct in that filling the artefact depression created by the dam would be suboptimal as it would modify every DEM value upstream of the dam up to the spill point, which will affect your ...
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Issue with delineation using dem because of a DAM

You can modify manually your DEM to "remove" the DAM elevation points and adjust it to the your upstream and downstream river elevations using either the "terrain modification" on ...
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QGIS Strahler Order Too Many Stream Channels

Check this video : https://youtu.be/C3AMh3sZzJQ?feature=shared&t=950 (from 15:50 min). He explains how to trim the channel network raster and get rid of the little sub-streams.
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Problem with r.fill.dir on merged raster layer

Try following this guide's steps by letter and if the bug remains try using other fill tools : https://icarto.es/en/river-sub-basin-delimitation-process-using-qgis/
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Why input layers do not have the same grid extent in the processing, hydrological analysis?

Change your saving file format from .SDAT to .TIF or .TIFF; this has resolved my issues, which were the same as yours. Thank you for reading
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