A package to extract geospatial extent from files and directories
Python library for extracting geospatial extent of files and directories with multiple data formats
The package relies on common system libraries for reading geospatial datasets, such as GDAL and NetCDF. On Debian systems, the UbuntuGIS project offers easy installation of up to date versions of those libraries.
packages list in
travis.yml for a full list of dependencies on Linux.
Install from PyPI
You must install a suitable version of
pygdal manually first, see instructions and this related SO thread with different helpful answers.
pygdal for better compatibility with virtual environments.
# pip install pygdal=="`gdal-config --version`.*" pip install geoextent
git clone https://github.com/o2r-project/geoextent cd geoextent pip install -r requirements.txt pip install -e .
to see usage instructions.
Supported data formats
- GeoJSON (.geojson)
- Tabular data (.csv)
- Shapefile (.shp)
- GeoTIFF (.geotiff, .tif)
All help is welcome: asking questions, providing documentation, testing, or even development.
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.
See CONTRIBUTING.md for details.
How to cite
Nüst, Daniel; Garzón, Sebastian and Qamaz, Yousef. (2021, May 11). o2r-project/geoextent (Version v0.7.1). Zenodo. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3925693
See also the
codemeta.json files in this repository, which can possibly be imported in the reference manager of your choice.
geoextent is licensed under MIT license, see file LICENSE.
Copyright (C) 2020 - o2r project.
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