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If you want to get the matching rasters you can zip both lists so you iterate over a list of tuples containing two rasters (one red, one nir) at a time. for rotesband, nirband in zip(liste_rotesband,liste_nirband): print 'red band: {}'.format(rotesband) print 'nir band: {}'.format(nirband) Regarding your edit, you are attempting to use the Float() ...


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You should be able to use the Conditional tool, either standalone or in Raster Calculator. Set your conditional statement so that wherever Mask=Water will be 1, and everywhere else will be 0. Something like this: Con(Water=Mask, 1, 0) This will produce a binary raster marking the waterline. If you need to know the height of the waterline you could then use ...


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It might not be perfect, but if you have access to the Spatial Analyst extension, you could try “Focal Statistics using a 3-cell circle and the “Majority” statistic, ignoring no data cells in the calculation. The efficacy of this approach will really depend on the complexity of your zone boundaries and proximity to adjacent zones. Alternatively, if you ...


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The changelog for QGIS 3.8 has two entries that might be relevant: New Feature: Raster Boolean logical OR/AND algorithms Bug Fix: Raster Calculator wrong results My recommendations: Review the two changelog entries I linked to, to see if there's any chance that those changes would intentionally cause your issue. Particularly look into the documentation ...


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