[Qgis-user] Re: demo data for multiview plugin
Bob and Deb
bobdebm at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 12:04:34 EST 2012
When I load a netCDF file, it is loaded as a multi-band raster with each
band associated with a timestamp. It would be so cool if your plugin could
work with netCDF files!
On Jan 10, 2012 12:33 AM, "Marco Bernasocchi" <marco at bernawebdesign.ch>
> Hi Agustin,
> The files are rasters, like a DEM, each xy coordinate hold the value of a
variable at a certain time
> For example:
> 3 1 9
> 5 7 1
> 4 1 0
> 4 1 8
> 5 8 1
> 4 1 0
> And so on, you can name the files as you want, and accordingly set the
regexp that reads the filename in the data importer Ui.
> The file name needs to contain 3 infos, variable name, temporal
resolution identifier, timestamp identifier
> Hope it helps, and tonite ill be at my pc... ciao
> On Jan 10, 2012 9:19 AM, "Agustin Lobo" <Agustin.Lobo at ictja.csic.es>
>> I do not fully understand how the files should be made. Should the files
>> tables with sites as rows and variables as columns, and one file for
>> Hopefully you can send me an example, does not have to be anything
>> to have a model that works.
>> On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 12:48 PM, Marco Bernasocchi
>> <marco at bernawebdesign.ch> wrote:
>> > Hi agustin, I'll get you some data ready tonite or tomo. You can
>> > load any data that is related to time. It is all based on the
>> > example u could call a file
>> > Temp-hourly-0 then temp-hourly-1 and so on. The data importer will ask
>> > the temporal resolution and the start datetime.
>> > Cool you test it!
>> > Ciao
>> > On Jan 9, 2012 12:37 PM, "Agustin Lobo" <alobolistas at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> Marco,
>> >> Could it be possible having some demo data to try out your plugin?
>> >> Thanks!
>> >> Agus
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