[GRASSLIST:4391] Re: weird lines

Ian MacMillan ian_macmillan at umail.ucsb.edu
Wed Sep 22 02:16:27 EDT 2004

this probably depends on the type of map that you have.  You might want 
to reset your color table if it is a DEM.  Or you might check the type 
of data you are patching.  They might not be seamless in real life.  
Adjacent maps often do not match up exactly, even from the same source. 
  If you still have a problem, tell us what kind of data you are 

Good luck,
On Sep 21, 2004, at 10:57 PM, temiz wrote:

> hello
> when I use r.patch, the result map has a thin line at the joined edge 
> of maps.
> how can I eliminate these lines.
> regards
> Ahmet Temiz
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