Given a particular RasterExtent (geographic area plus resolution) for the entire tiled raster, construct an ResolutionLayout which will manage the appropriate geographic boundaries, and resolution information, for each tile.
Given an extent and resolution (RasterExtent), return the geographic X-coordinates for each tile boundary in this raster data.
Given an extent and resolution (RasterExtent), return the geographic X-coordinates for each tile boundary in this raster data. For example, if we have a 2x2 RasterData, with a raster extent whose X coordinates span 13.0 - 83.0 (i.e. cellwidth is 35.0), we would return:
Array(13.0, 48.0, 83.0)
Notice that if we have N columns of tiles we'll return N+1 Doubles.
This method is identical to getXCoords except that it functions on the Y-axis instead.
This method is identical to getXCoords except that it functions on the Y-axis instead.
Note that the origin tile (0,0) is in the upper left of the extent, so the upper left corner of the origin tile is (xmin, ymax).
Return the total number of columns across all the tiles.
Return the total number of rows across all the tiles.
(tileLayout: StringAdd).self
(tileLayout: StringFormat).self
(tileLayout: ArrowAssoc[TileLayout]).x
(Since version 2.10.0) Use leftOfArrow
instead
(tileLayout: Ensuring[TileLayout]).x
(Since version 2.10.0) Use resultOfEnsuring
instead
This class stores the layout of a tiled raster: the number of tiles (in cols/rows) and also the size of each tile (in cols/rows of pixels).