[GRASSLIST:7006] Re: calculating center of intensity

Thomas Adams Thomas.Adams at noaa.gov
Fri Jun 3 11:03:30 EDT 2005


I work for the NWS; probably one could get the software (freely), but I 
know that SCIT is highly interwoven in a very large software system. 
Unraveling that would be difficult.


Markus Neteler wrote:

>On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 03:42:36PM -0400, Jason Horn wrote:
>>Does anyone know of a way to calculate the center of a shape in a  
>>raster file based on shape and pixel values?  For example, imagine a  
>>NEXRAD RADAR image showing a storm cloud.  Could GRASS be used to  
>>calculate the center of the cloud?  I'm not having any luck finding a  
>>grass raster function to do this.
>I did a quick google search for
> nexrad storm cell identification 
> nexrad  SCIT
>which a couple of hits. Some programming might
>be needed. I don't know if these algorithms are freely

Thomas E Adams
National Weather Service
Ohio River Forecast Center
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Wilmington, OH 45177

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