[GRASSLIST:2152] Re: Where's the data within a cell?

Roger Miller rgrmill at rt66.com
Wed Jul 25 19:16:02 EDT 2001

On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Rich Shepard wrote:

>   In GRASS raster maps, where in a cell is the geographical location? Is it
> in the center? The lower, left corner? The upper, left corner?

The location produced by d.what.rast is the cell center.  The location
produced be d.where is something more like the pixel location.  The
coordinates bounding a region covered by a raster map are the coordinates
at the outside edge of the bounding row or column of the raster map.

Roger Miller

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