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From: shapiro at (Michael Shapiro)
Subject: Re: r.stats
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In <9303261825.AA20896 at> gregg at (Greg Gaston) writes:

>I need to send a file containing:
>- Latitude - Longitude cooridinates 
>- map class.

>This file is going to be read into a DOS machine as a flat file.  
>Does the -g (grid coordinates) flag in r.stats carry latitude-longitude
>information  if the map is in a lat-long format (rather than eastings-northings)?

>Thanks Much,

>Greg G
>gregg at

If you use -g1 then  the  coordinates  are  in  long-lat  format.
Northing and easting implies coordinate projections which r.stats
doesn't do. Also you must use -1 with -g otherise the coordinates
don't get printed.
Michael Shapiro               shapiro at
U.S. Army CERL                (217) 373-7277
P.O. Box 9005 
Champaign, Ill. 61826-9005

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