[GRASS-user] howto make my srtm-dem jump the GIS gap
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Mon Aug 7 16:56:13 EDT 2006
The only format I've had luck with is GeoTIFF. And Arc seems to have
trouble with LZW compression (even with the LZW extension), so for
some space savings, packbits works. This is what I've used for
taking SRTM DEMs over to Arc:
r.out.gdal in=dem out=dem.tif cre="COMPRESS=PACKBITS" type=Int16
On Aug 7, 2006, at 3:19 PM, Rudolf Maurer wrote:
> Dear List,
> my intention is to use my DEM from SRTM-data in GRASS in a well
> big, known GIS-System by E**i.
> What I did:
> get the for files for my area of interest in southern germany,
> europe-resolution of 9-seconds.
> r.in.srtm them into GRASS.
> r.patch the four tiles into one.
> r.fillnulls to interpolate the gaps.
> Know I tried to export as r.out.ascii and r.out.arc.
> But the well known GIS-System seems not even to be able to open the
> files. I already tried to convert the linefeed from UNIX- to the
> well known W*-XP-OS, without success.
> I would be very glad if someone could give me a hint!
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