[gdal-dev] help resampling raster to coarser scale
etiennesky at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 8 17:40:13 EDT 2011
Vincent, I have tried your workaround, and it works with gdal_translate, with the following restriction:
with gdal_translate -outsize option, the dimensions of the input raster MUST be a multiple of the desired resolution (or modified with srcwin), or else the output resolution will be modified
input clip2.tif :Size is 125, 144, Pixel Size = (30.000000000000000,-30.000000000000000)
> gdal_translate -outsize 50% 50% clip2.tif clip2-tr-50-mode.tif
output clip2-tr-50-mode.tif : Size is 62, 72, Pixel Size = (60.483870967741936,-60.000000000000000)
Could I use gdal_translate without having to calculate dimensions which are a multiple of desired resolution?
one could use gdalwarp -tr 60 60 (as per your suggestion), except that it doesn't use the overlays, as per bug 2076:
----- Original Message -----
From: Vincent Schut <schut at sarvision.nl>
To: gdal-dev at lists.osgeo.org
Sent: Friday, August 5, 2011 4:37:42 AM
Subject: Re: [gdal-dev] help resampling raster to coarser scale
On 08/05/2011 03:57 AM, Etienne wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to resample a raster with categorical data (land surface vegetation/cover) from a high resolution (500m) to a coarser resolution.
> I would like to do something similar to what the GRASS operator r.resamp.stats does, using the modal category present in the higher resolution dataset to pick the value in the lower-resolution map. It seems that my only option using gdal_warp is nearest neighbor, which will pick the value nearest to the coarser pixel center (regardless of the most present category within the region).
> I would also like have a low-resolution map with the proportions of all land types (from the high resolution map).
> Any idea on how to accomplish what I want using gdal? I am not familiar with GRASS, and would prefer to stick with GDAL if I can. However, I am open to any suggestions.
there is a workaround for this: gdaladdo, the tool to add overviews ('pyramids') to a file, does support the mode operator. So what you could do is add overviews to your file such that the overviews cover the output resolution you want, and then you can resample with gdal_translate (when no projection change is necessary, just give it your desired output resolution, see the gdal_translate docs), or with gdalwarp (and use nearest). They should use the overview level that is closest to your output resolution for resampling.
> Many Thanks
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