How to always see all band values with Identify Features of QGIS?

Geographic Information Systems Asked by mercergeoinfo on December 14, 2020

Does anyone know if it is possible to get the Identify Features tool in QGIS to show the band values for all the layers shown in the results window?

To clarify, whilst I have several bands “showing” in the results window, the actual values for all but the topmost layer are folded away.

Having to unfold the info each time I click on a new location is getting pretty tiresome.

2 Answers

If you have the bands separately and you want that when consulting with the identification tool it shows you the value of all the bands. You have several options.

1.- The solution for your case is: Go to the bottom of the Identification window, in the View option select Table, it will show you the name of the layer, the band, and the pixel value for that layer. enter image description here

2- Other option is to create a virtual raster, it's a layer joining all the bands but without creating a new file.

enter image description here When consulting it will show you the pixel value of all the raster layers

Answered by Luis Perez on December 14, 2020

You can use the Raster Value Tool to do this.

Answered by nhopton on December 14, 2020

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