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NAME

r.null.all - Manages NULL values of raster maps in a mapset or their subset.

KEYWORDS

raster, map management, null data, no-data

SYNOPSIS

r.null.all
r.null.all --help
r.null.all [-fincrzd] [setnull=val[-val][,val[-val],...]] [null=float] [pattern=expression[,expression,...]] [exclude=string[,string,...]] [matching=string] [--help] [--verbose] [--quiet] [--ui]

Flags:

-f
Only do the work if the map is floating-point
-i
Only do the work if the map is integer
-n
Only do the work if the map doesn't have a NULL-value bitmap file
-c
Create NULL-value bitmap file validating all data cells
-r
Remove NULL-value bitmap file
-z
Re-create NULL-value bitmap file (to compress or uncompress)
-d
Dry run
Map names to be checked or processed will be printed (does not take into account other flags)
--help
Print usage summary
--verbose
Verbose module output
--quiet
Quiet module output
--ui
Force launching GUI dialog

Parameters:

setnull=val[-val][,val[-val],...]
List of cell values to be set to NULL
null=float
The value to replace the null value by
pattern=expression[,expression,...]
Map name search pattern (default: all)
exclude=string[,string,...]
Map name exclusion pattern (default: none)
matching=string
Search pattern syntax
Options: all, wildcards, basic, extended
Default: all
all: Match all (no pattern needed)
wildcards: Use wildcards (glob pattern)
basic: Use basic regular expressions
extended: Use extended regular expressions

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DESCRIPTION

r.null.all manages NULL (no-data) values in all raster maps in the current mapset. Selection can be modified using pattern and exclude options. The option matching specifies the type of search pattern use. Python users will find the extended regular expression syntax (marked as extended) as most familiar, while Bash users may want to use wildcards (glob patterns).

EXAMPLES

All the following examples are using the -d flag to run in a dry run mode so that no maps are actually modified. Set all values 1 to NULL in all raster maps in the current mapset:
r.null.all setnull=1 -d
Change all NULL to zero in all raster maps in the current mapset which begin with letter t and their name contains at least one other character (using the extended regular expressions):
r.null.all null=0 pattern="^t.+" matching=extended -d
Set all values 0 to NULL in raster maps in the current mapset which do not end with the digit 1 (using the wildcards syntax):
r.null.all setnull=0 exclude="*1" matching=wildcards -d
Set all values 0 to NULL in raster maps in the current mapset which do not end with the digit 1 (using extended regular expressions):
r.null.all setnull=0 exclude=".*1" matching=extended -d

SEE ALSO

r.null, g.proj.all, g.copyall, g.rename.many

AUTHORS

Vaclav Petras, NCSU GeoForAll Lab

Last changed: $Date$

SOURCE CODE

Available at: r.null.all source code (history)


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