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gdal_fillnodata - Fill raster regions by interpolation from edges.
gdal_fillnodata.py [-q] [-md max_distance] [-si smooth_iterations] [-o name=value] [-b band] srcfile [-nomask] [-mask filename] [-of format] [dstfile]
The gdal_fillnodata.py script fills selection regions (usually nodata areas) by interpolating from valid pixels around the edges of the area. Additional details on the algorithm are available in the GDALFillNodata() docs. -q: The script runs in quiet mode. The progress monitor is suppressed and routine messages are not displayed. -md max_distance: The maximum distance (in pixels) that the algorithm will search out for values to interpolate. -si smooth_iterations: The number of 3x3 average filter smoothing iterations to run after the interpolation to dampen artifacts. The default is zero smoothing iterations. -o name=value: Specify a special argument to the algorithm. Currently none are supported. -b band: The band to operate on, by default the first band is operated on. srcfile The source raster file used to identify target pixels. Only one band is used. -nomask: Do not use the default validity mask for the input band (such as nodata, or alpha masks). -mask filename: Use the first band of the specified file as a validity mask (zero is invalid, non-zero is valid). dstfile The new file to create with the interpolated result. If not provided, the source band is updated in place. -of format: Select the output format. The default is GeoTIFF (GTiff). Use the short format name.
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