[GRASSLIST:9151] Re: Global interpolation: trend
mihastaut at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Nov 20 04:01:15 EST 2005
Depends on the version of GRASS you are working on. If you are using one of the
5.x versions try with
> g <- gmeta()
> ?sites.put # see help
Then rasterize (s.to.rast).
If you are using one of the 6.x versions try with
> ?putSites6 # see help
Then rasterize with v.to.rast.
--- Wolf Bergenheim <wolf+grass at bergenheim.net> wrote:
> Hi, again.
> Following Markus Neteler's excelent R GRASS tutorial I've been able to
> import some GRASS (vector) point data into R and I've been able to
> interpolate the data. Now I'd like to be able to get the data back into
> grass to be able to make a nice map of the interpolated data. But I
> can't seem to find any advise on how to do it. Is it even possible?
> I have an object ws.tmean_tr1 which is
> >> str(ws.tmean_tr1)
> List of 3
> $ x: num [1:132] 2866517 2874825 2883133 2891441 2899749 ...
> $ y: num [1:132] 6538650 6548635 6558619 6568604 6578589 ...
> $ z: num [1:132, 1:132] -6.52 -6.57 -6.63 -6.68 -6.73 ...
> x is the E-W coordinate, y is the N-S cordinate and z is the
> interpolated temperature. How can I make this into a GRASS raster
> The only other reference I found was this:
> http://grass.itc.it/pipermail/statsgrass/2005-August/000287.html, but
> I'm not able to parse that info into my case. Please help!
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