User Docs

Extended documentation and tips for the GDAL and OGR end user utilities

  • GdalMerge - mosaic a set of images
  • GdalTranslate- for converting rasters to other formats
  • GdalWarp - transforming (projecting) rasters to different coordinate systems
  • Gdal2Tiles - creates a TMS tile structure, KML SuperOverlay and simple html files with viewers
  • Raster Processing Tutorial - A one hour tutorial on GDAL raster processing utilities.
  • Raster and vector processing with GDAL - 4h workshop given initially at FOSS4G Europe 2015
  • OgrInfo - report information on vector files (feature type, projection, schema, etc.)
  • GdalGrid - create a regular grid (raster) from the scattered data read from OGR source
  • ReadInZip - reading a GDAL dataset in a .gz file or a .zip archive
  • ogr2gui - a windows only gui similar to ogr2ogr
  • JPEG2000 utilities - Documentation of, and scripts
  • Dan's GDAL scripts - a collection of GDAL-compatible utilities & alternative implementations of gdal tools.
  • Let's Get Parallel - Tools and opportunities for end-user parallel raster & geometry processing - presentation from FOSS4G Europe 2015.

External User contributed documentation and tips for the GDAL and OGR end user utilities

File Formats

GDAL/OGR docs in PDF

NOTE: all GDAL/OGR user docs also available as one PDF and as a single HTML-page from GIS-Lab (russian GIS community).

Rbuild Framework

This is an end-user framework built around GDAL for huge rasters. It organises national/continental-scale tiled parallel GDAL operations efficiently. It allows structured re-use of optimal GDAL configurations.

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