If we want to create a Boolean layer with True (1) for houses and False (0) for the other classes in the buildg layer we can use the Raster Calculator.
1. In the main menu go to Raster | Raster Calculator.2. In the Raster Calculator dialogue double-click on buildg@1, click the = button and type 1.Now the equation reads buildg@1 = 1, which means: if the buildg@1 layer equals 1 (which is the houses class), then the output layer has True (value 1), else it has False (value 0). @1
means band 1. In our case we only use single band raster layers
(multiple bands are used in other applications such as remote sensing).
buildg@1 = 1
3. Call the output layer houses.tif and click OK to perform the calculation.Following good practice, we are going to style this Boolean layer. For Boolean layers we also use the Paletted/Unique values renderer.4. Repeat steps 1 and 2 of lesson 4.1 to style the houses layer and choose intuitive colors for True and False.