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I have been playing with GDAL for my raster processing needs. I found some of the links in the topics below but thought I should compile them for reference. Most are geared toward the novice GDAL user.

GDAL
http://www.gdal.org/
http://www.gdal.org/..._utilities.html

OSGEO Trac
Raster processing Tutorial –
http://trac.osgeo.or...terProcTutorial

MichiganView
Introduction to GDAL-
http://www.michiganv...duction to GDAL

Utah State University
Geoprocessing with Python using Open Source GIS-
http://www.gis.usu.edu/~chrisg/python/
(this one is a particularly good introduction to Python and GDAL/OGR: several semesters worth of academic instruction)

DM Solutions Group
Working with elevation data and GDAL-
http://research.dmsolutions.ca/?p=350

Remotely Senseless
FWTools / GDAL for free and easy file conversion-
http://dgsg.wordpres...ile-conversion/

Using GDAL to import a lot of images, or one image with multiple bands, at one time-
http://dgsg.wordpres...ds-at-one-time/

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What a very helpful compilation of links, many thanks for posting it. GDAL and OGR tools are very powerful but examples illustrating their use can be hard to find.

Regards, N.
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What a very helpful compilation of links, many thanks for posting it. GDAL and OGR tools are very powerful but examples illustrating their use can be hard to find.

Regards, N.


Yes, it took me "forever" to compile this very short list. I've been keeping track of the sources I've used , though not diligently because I know there were a few more that I didn't document and now can't find on the inter-web. I will update as i come across other resources.

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Yes, it took me "forever" to compile this very short list. I've been keeping track of the sources I've used , though not diligently because I know there were a few more that I didn't document and now can't find on the inter-web. I will update as i come across other resources.


Attached, my personal "cheat sheet" for the FWTools I use most often.

Regards, N.

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Yes, it took me "forever" to compile this very short list. I've been keeping track of the sources I've used , though not diligently because I know there were a few more that I didn't document and now can't find on the inter-web. I will update as i come across other resources.


Attached, my personal "cheat sheet" for the FWTools I use most often.

Regards, N.



Very Nice!

Thanks,

PW




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