Re: Cannot use in memory raster object with gdal warp (GDAL Python API)

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Re: Cannot use in memory raster object with gdal warp (GDAL Python API)

Armin Schmidt
Hi Umberto,

There isn't information in your question about the size of the raster
image, but as you are reading it in chunks, it probably is large. Hence
my guess is that your in-memory raster is not big enough to hold the
data, without giving an error message. And the subsequent gdal.Warp
simply cannot handle this.

If the file-raster weren't large, you could simply load it into memory
in one command.

Armin

On 21/02/2020 16:52, umbertofilippo wrote:

> Sorry if this is a copy of a question I already asked on
> gis.stackexchange (
> here
> <https://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/351577/cannot-use-in-memory-raster-object-with-gdal-warp-gdal-python-api>
> ), but I thought I might get more chance to receive an answer here.
>
> These are the operations I am doing in my code:
>
> 1 - reading an existing raster (tif)
> 2 - creating a in memory raster object
> 3 - reading the existing raster object in chunk as array
> 4 - making some calculations
> 5 - writing the array to my in memory object
>
> What I want to do now is, with the in memory raster object ready to be
> used,
> feed it to gdal warp, which should also output an intermediate raster
> object
> that I'll be use afterwards.
>
> However, when I try to GetRasterBand() out of this latter raster object, I
> receive an error because it is actually equal to None:
>
> AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'GetRasterBand'
>
> I am pretty sure it is about saving/updating/flushing the status of the
> raster object after the calculations but I could not find out if this
> is the
> actual problem.
>
> How can I use in memory (intermediate) files in my script?
> Here is the code code I am using (the error is at the very last line):
>
> from osgeo import gdal, gdalconst
> import numpy as np
>
> in_raster = gdal.Open(r'/my/raster.tif', gdalconst.GA_ReadOnly)
> in_b = in_r.GetRasterBand(1)
>
> b1 = in_raster.GetRasterBand(1)
> xsize = b1.XSize
> ysize = b1.YSize
> step = 10 # THIS IS THE CHUNK SIZE!
> ystep = ysize / step
> ystep = int(ystep)
> yresidual = ysize - (ystep * step)
>
> driver = gdal.GetDriverByName("MEM")
> temp_calc = driver.Create('',
> xsize,
> ysize,
> 1,
> gdal.GDT_Float32)
>
> temp_b = temp_calc.GetRasterBand(1)
>
> for i in range(step):
> if i != step-1:
> arr_part = in_b.ReadAsArray(
> 0, ystep * i, xsize, ystep).astype('float32')
>
> data = np.nan_to_num(arr_part)
>
> temp_b.WriteArray(data, 0, ystep * i)
> else:
> arr_part = in_b.ReadAsArray(
> 0, ystep * i, xsize, ystep + yresidual).astype('float32')
>
> # replace nan with zeros
> #
> https://docs.scipy.org/doc/numpy/reference/generated/numpy.nan_to_num.html
> data = np.nan_to_num(arr_part)
>
> # write array chunk to (in memory) file
> # https://gdal.org/python/osgeo.gdal.Band-class.html#WriteArray
> temp_b.WriteArray(data, 0, ystep * i)
>
> # get raster resolution
> in_gt = in_raster.GetGeoTransform()
> in_x = in_gt[1]
> in_y = -in_gt[5]
>
> kwargs = {'xRes': in_x,
> 'yRes': in_y,
> 'targetAlignedPixels': True,
> 'resampleAlg': 'average',
> 'format': 'MEM'
> }
>
> ds = gdal.Warp('',
> temp_calc,
> **kwargs)
> b1 = ds.GetRasterBand(1)
> # ds is None and the above line throws the exception
>
>
>
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