[GRASSLIST:5195] Re: s.in.ascii

Michael Ash mash at econs.umass.edu
Mon Dec 9 10:28:22 EST 2002

Perhaps you need to include the "d=3" option to indicate three dimensions (two dimensions in the default).

"The parameter d allows to specify that more than 2 dimensions will be imported.  Otherwise the third (or further) column in input file is treated as attribute."

s.in.ascci sites=mysites input=/home/user/my_ascii_sites d=3 

Use "man s.in.ascii" for details.

Quoting "michele.rocc at libero.it" <michele.rocc at libero.it>:

> Hi,
> inporting  points data with with s.in.ascii i found a strange behavior,
> points are X Y Z format, where Z is height in this case.
> The value i found in the imported file is not height, but a progressive 
> number, this looks strange, is there a particular way to import from
> ascii files to maintain the original value?
> thanks, Michele.

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