Bug report #6786
Poor handling of float nodata value
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|Platform:||ubuntu||Pull Request or Patch supplied:||No|
|Platform version:||12.10||Affected version:||master|
|Status info:||Causes crash or corruption:||No|
I am trying to process some bioclimatic raster files, such as can be downloaded from http://www.worldclim.org/current (bioclim set). They seem to have nodata values set to -3.4e+38 according to QGIS (looking at the output of gdalinfo, it's -3.39999999999999996e+38).
QGIS picks up the nodata value (attached nodata_dialog.jpg), but does not apply it. In the layer styling, there's an entry for -3.4e+38 set to 100% transparent, but it still displays such values, even though the "Identify features" picker shows them as having value -3.4e+38 (nodata.jpg).
A workaround was to first use gdalwarp to change the nodata value to an integer, or to use gdal_translate to convert from a float to integer raster file. See discussion at http://gis.stackexchange.com/questions/42555/what-to-do-with-3-4e38-nodata-values/ for more.
Updated by Giovanni Manghi about 4 years ago
- Status changed from Open to Feedback
rasters have been overhauled in qgis master, have you tested it?
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