[GRASS-user] Re: internal buffer of polygon
patrick_GIS at gmx.ch
Fri Apr 20 04:47:29 EDT 2012
Another workaround. Don't know if that helps and never tried it out, but
my approach for inner offset would be a decomposition of the polygons:
v.type in=poly out=poly_as_line type=boundary,line
If you can not define the side-paramter of v.parallel (is it always the
same?), you might want to create parallels and polygons for both sides
and remove the outer by querying if the original polygon lies inside,
e.g. if the perimeter-lenth is longer than the original one....
On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 4:59 PM, Milton Cezar Ribeiro
<miltinho.astronauta at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Maning,
> > Sometimes I have the same issue, but I don't solve this on vector.
> > Just supose you have a map where 1 is your raster-based-polygon
> > and NULL is outside of polygon. You can use r.mapcalc to
> > invert it, in the maner that 1 come to be your non-polygon, and
> > NULL your polygon. So you can run r.buffer with positive value
> > and at the end may be you need to do some kind of crossing
> > between original and output maps.
> > miltinho
> > 2009/10/29 maning sambale<emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com>
>> >> I tried using a negative values as
>> >> buffer=-3000 in v.buffer but it doesn't give me internal buffer in a
>> >> polygon layer.
>> >> Any hints?
>> >> --
>> >> cheers,
>> >> maning
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