[GRASS-dev] d.rast.multi ?
yann.chemin at gmail.com
Tue Mar 19 19:01:09 PDT 2013
Thank you Doug,
yes r.patch is a good alternative, but it means writing to disk etc.
Was more thinking of a display memory thingy.
Been thinking about the virtual rasters indeed, maybe will have a
look, any C code page you could direct me to?
On 20 March 2013 05:39, Newcomb, Doug <doug_newcomb at fws.gov> wrote:
> If I have a large number of layers, I usually do it from a command line or
> with a script. I done r.patch with over 100 layers in one command ( before
> I discovered gdalbuildvirt :-))
> On Tue, Mar 19, 2013 at 4:36 AM, Vaclav Petras <wenzeslaus at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 19 March 2013 09:31, Yann Chemin <yann.chemin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > OK found Ctrl+Shift+L in wxGUI
>> Yes, it is my favorite feature. I use it even to find and add one map.
>> However, there is some issue with many layers in layer manager. If you
>> load more than 20 (?) layers (maps) only some of them will be
>> rendered. There were no investigations; maybe it applies only to
>> vectors. And, of course, it is slow.
>> > Thanks !
>> > Yann
>> > On 19 March 2013 13:56, Yann Chemin <yann.chemin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> >> I am dealing with hourly Microwave data that are not covering the
>> >> whole World in each layer.
>> >> To have a decent presentation map of the data, I'd like to get a set
>> >> (say 30-50 layers) displayed in one go.
>> >> OK I could do it with the png driver in a script (which is what it may
>> >> eventually become), but for the sake of knowledge, is there a GUI
>> >> option to load a (rather large) set of images in one block without
>> >> having to struggle with a cluttered GIS Manager?
>> >> Thanks
>> >> Yann
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