COAS01 BathymetryDerivation Greece, application in other areas and related problems

Hi everybody!
I am having some problems with the last steps of the tutorial about Satellite Derivated Bathymetry for SNAP (https://rus-copernicus.eu/portal/wp-content/uploads/library/education/training/COAS01_BathymetryDerivation_Greece.pdf).
I have followed all the steps, very rigorously, working on my own ROI (data products: S2B_MSIL2A_20220416T101559_N0400_R065_T32TMK_20220416T175100)

here we are, I am looking for hours on the internet to find a solution but nothing.
Now i cannot go ahead anymore. i don’t understand what am supposed to do after the creation of the new band B3B2 (page n. 24 in the document).

I go to ‘Raster> Export > Extract pixel values’, then i select the first parameter, then switch to parameters tab:

My question is: what is the meaning of add this file during this step? And which is the file format/kind that i have to select and import in the ‘Coordinates’ panel’?

I was trying to import a product from GEBCO of my ROI seabed bathymetry, but it doesn’t work… I thought that during this step the csv file required was the one containing the grid data needed for the comparison of the computed bathymetry.

These are the bathymetric data i want to insert in my work.

gebco_2021_n40.14026641845703_s40.020790100097656_w8.336563110351562_e8.4979248046875.asc (4.1 KB)
gebco_2021_n40.14026641845703_s40.020790100097656_w8.336563110351562_e8.4979248046875.asc.aux.xml (6.0 KB)
points.prj (145 Bytes)
GEBCO_Grid_documentation.pdf (208.8 KB)
GEBCO_Grid_terms_of_use.pdf (18.9 KB)

Hope someone could help me.

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I also face the same problem on this matter

Pixel extraction refers to the extraction of the values from the image from a single pixel (or many pixels) from where you can extract a macro-pixel, and store the informaction on a csv file. The central coordinates of your macro-pixels will be the single pixel coordinates stored in your text file, the one you import in the CSV file. The results are a list of values in CVS too, and the number of rows will correspond to your macro-pixel extractions. For instance, if you extracted 1 x 1 macropixel for 15 points, you will have 15 rows. If you selected 3 x 3 you will have 135 rows (15 x 9), and so on.

The imported CSV file has a specific format, by the way. You should be able to see the list with your points in table format if the import process was right.

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Thank you but how can i extract those pixel coordinate in an image

The coordinates? You could use the Pins tool: Pins and Spectrum Tool - YouTube

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