[GRASSLIST:4306] Re: request?

Ian Macmillan ian_macmillan at umail.ucsb.edu
Sun Sep 5 20:55:57 EDT 2004

Markus, thanks for the v.in.region idea.  Haven't had a chance to try it yet
(hadn't even heard of it before), but it seems like it would work.

Thanks to all who replied,

Quoting Markus Neteler <neteler at itc.it>:

> On Fri, Sep 03, 2004 at 08:49:51PM +0100, Paul Kelly wrote:
> > On Fri, 3 Sep 2004, Ian MacMillan wrote:
> >
> > >know what the corresponding UTM coordinates are?  I can project it from
> > >some random place in the UTM location with -n, but it will only bring
> > >in data if I happened to overlap with the incoming raster.  Do you see
> > >the dilemma?  What I am looking for is a flag that sets the region to
> > >the incoming raster.
> What about g.region -l which tells you the current boundaries
> in LatLong (maybe we need to enhance that to use custom ellipsoid).
> Maybe also helpful:
> - Zoom the region of interest
> - run v.in.region which creates a box of the current region
> - reproject this box as indicator of the region of interest
> Best
>  Markus

Ian MacMillan
Geological Sciences-UCSB

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