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#42 in Geospatial
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Useful tools to process rasters. Most of these tools work on a single-band float raster that represents a scalar field (eg. a digital elevation model).
cargo install raster-tools
Provides the following binaries.
Computes the difference raster between two rasters. The
geo-transforms, and the dimensions of the rasters can be
different; the two rasters are aligned, and the common
region is calculated. Provides options to compute the stats,
histogram of the difference, and/or create raster with the
difference. The output raster has the same extents, and
resolution as the first input and the data is the
NAN) outside the common region.
Computes and fill no-data-value of a raster using a collection of points via natural-neighbors interpolation. Uses the spade crate for the interpolation.
Computes first and second order stats (mean, min, max, std.
dev.) of a raster. Optionally the stats can be computed on
region contained inside each of a list of polygons. This is
gdalinfo -stats but also allows restriction by
Computes and write web mercator (EPSG:3857) tiles of a raster. The output can be served as static files, and displayed using map UI libraries like openlayers .
TODO: provide sample openlayers code to display tiles
Computes a mask that represents the location where a raster has data. For RGB rasters (i.e. if the input has 3 bands), the no-data regions are where all values are 0 or the no-data value of the first band. In other cases, the last band is considered the mask.