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Mosaic Raster

org.knime.geospatial version 1.0.2 by OSA

This node takes a list of raster file location in the input table, perform mosaicing using gdal_merge.py command and generate corresponding list of output rasters in the desired location. The output table contains the generated raster file locations.


Output Type
Force the output image bands to have a specific type (i.e. Byte, Int16,...)
Output Format
Output format, defaults to GeoTIFF (GTiff)
Distination Directory
Location of the destination directory where your mosaic raster files will be generated. It will also generate a text file "commands.txt" in this location that contains all the commands use for generating raster. The commands in this file can be run separately as a batch file.
Merged file name
Use this option if you are generating a single mosaic raster from a list of rasters in the input table. You have option to give a name of your mosaic raster using this option.
Run commands
Check this option if you actually want to run the gdal commands. You have option to run it from the generated "commands.txt" file as a batch script if you decide not to run it. By default it is checked.

Input Ports

The locations of source raster files. The table must contain a "Location" column. This node generate a mosaic raster of source raster files that same source directory.

Output Ports

The locations of generated raster files. It uses "Location" as column header.


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