[GRASS-user] AVIRIS data in GRASS

Hamish hamish_b at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 5 23:29:55 EDT 2009

Michael Perdue wrote:
> I don't think you can use r.in.bin
> because there is no option to specify the number of bands
> and how those bands are interleaved. In the past I've used
> Multispec and Matlab to read the data but you might be able
> to manipulate GDAL to read it.

if you have a small m-file to load it and save in a format
ready for GRASS's r.in.mat it could be useful to post. Users
without Matlab could always use GNU Octave to do the job.

also I suspect Python can do binary reads in a clean way, which
may help if the expected format was known.



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