Dave.bescoby at virgin.net
Thu Jun 22 13:41:45 EDT 2000
Thanks. s.in.ascii.dem works fine......
----- Original Message -----
From: Markus Neteler <neteler at geog.uni-hannover.de>
To: Dave Bescoby <Dave.bescoby at virgin.net>
Cc: <grasslist at baylor.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 11:22 AM
Subject: Re: s.in.ascii query...
> On Tue, Jun 20, 2000 at 10:11:58AM +0100, Dave Bescoby wrote:
> > Dear list
> > I am currently trying to import a Unix ASCII file into GRASS 4.2.1 which
consists of eastings and northings values and a spot height value (using a
space separator). The import seems to work OK, but when I attempt to run
s.surf.tps or s.to.rast modules, there seems to be a failure to recognise
the spot height values. The s.surf.tps module throws up a '# prefix
expected...' message for every line in the site file, and reports a
segmentation fault once the module has run. Similarly, s.to.rast produces a
raster file, but with non of the height values represented.
> > I notice that in some of the manual entries for the s.in.ascii command,
a -e flag is described for importing files with spot heights, but this does
not seem to be available within the version I'm using.
> > Any suggestions as to how I might be able to get around this will be
> > Best Wishes
> > Dave Bescoby.
> Hi Dave,
> in GRASS 4.x please use s.in.ascii.dem to import DEMs. In GRASS 5 the
> s.in.ascii is updated.
> Best wishes
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