[Qgis-developer] min/max for rasters

Bob and Deb bobdebm at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 18:24:55 PST 2013

What would be nice is if QGIS has a trouble shooting option under the help
menu. Through a series of questions,  the trouble shooting system can give
the user suggestions on solving their problem.

On Dec 16, 2013 2:46 AM, "Paolo Cavallini" <cavallini at faunalia.it> wrote:

> Il 16/12/2013 12:30, Radim Blazek ha scritto:
> > Can you define precisely "more or less normally distributed"?
> I have to study a bit to be more accurate. Perhaps we can use some
> outlier detection algs (I remember in R they have implemented a few).
> > In general, applying more sophisticated/sensitive decision can catch
> > correctly more cases but it will become more difficult to be
> > communicated  to a user. Until we hide it under single  "intelligent"
> > style option.
> IMHO normal users should ideally have something reasonable displayed out
> of the box, at least in most cases. Power users can tweak things as they
> want, I do not think they should be our first target.
> >
> >> However, in my case the general setting "use min/max" does not seem to
> >> be working.
> >
> > Contrast enhancement "Stretch to min/max" is not applied to new raster
> > layer? For me it works.
> Not, is the Limits -> Minimum/Maximum that has a behavious I did not
> understand at first (I assumed it used 100% by default).
> Sorry about the noise.
> All the best.
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