[GRASSLIST:3500] Re: GRASS in geophysical applications and archaeology
michael.barton at asu.edu
Thu May 27 01:46:39 EDT 2004
Glad this was helpful. Over the past year, I've made a concerted effort
to get to know GRASS and started teaching it in classes (the best way
to learn something). It is really amazing what it can do, even if it is
sometimes a bit klunky.
Re: integrating geophysical data into grid3D, I have to first admit
that I haven't done this yet. However, v.vol.rst interpolates xyz point
data into volumetric shape. I seem to remember other ways to do this
I'd very much like to see your white paper. I'll look forward to it
next week if you manage to get it sent around.
C. Michael Barton, Professor
School of Human Origins, Cultures, & Societies
PO Box 872402
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-2402
On May 26, 2004, at 10:01 PM, Multiple recipients of list wrote:
> Do you have any specific thoughts on how to integrate volumetric
> measurements into a geophysics infrastructure?
> If everyone agrees, I would like to get started on summing up
> the discussed items so far and creating a first draft white paper.
> I have a heavy workload right now but am pretty confident
> that I would be able to finish it over the weekend and mail
> it around at the start of next week.
> Good enough?
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