[Qgis-developer] announcing RasterCalc

Maxim Dubinin sim at gis-lab.info
Wed Feb 24 14:37:35 EST 2010

yes, layers should be from one group. Groups denote differing extents
or resolutions.

Currently, RasterCalc works only with completely (extent, resolution)
matching rasters.

To make life easier in this regard, we've added "use intersected extent" in Merge tool of
GDALTools. Using this mode, you can quickly create a layerstacked
raster where layers are matched the way for RasterCalc to recognize

Hope this helps.


Вы писали 24 февраля 2010 г., 13:26:42:

PC> Maxim Dubinin ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> the small doc for RasterCalc is here:
>> http://gis-lab.info/qa/rastercalc-eng.html
>> In general I'm ok with integrating, but I suggest we will wait with it
>> for a couple of months. RasterCalc is tied in organizationally in a
>> project that we are working on right now (where it is supposed to be a separate extention).

PC> Thanks for your reply. I do not understand the syntax: why is
PC> [sfumo100m]@1*[toscana100k]@1
PC> wrong (In expression must be layers from one group)?
PC> All the best.

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