lponti at infinito.it
Wed Aug 22 17:54:25 EDT 2007
Carlos: Thanks for your prompt reply.
I am using r.surf.nnbathy 1.9, 2007.01.02, and if I don't enter any
raster name, it complains:
ERROR: Raster map not found
How can the script work if I don't give it an input name? I did not
understand what is the "second option" you mentioned in your message, so
I am asking whether the following command line corresponds to what you mean:
r.surf.nnbathy input= output=3D_vector_name alg=nn
Sorry for my bad intuition and thanks again,
Carlos "Guâno" Grohmann wrote:
> Luigi, I just went to look at r.surf.nnbathy, and we _can_ use it to
> interpolate 3D vector points.
> just don't enter any raster, and use the second option, for a 3D vector.
> works well, and it is fast.
> On 8/22/07, Luigi Ponti <lponti at infinito.it> wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> Is there any working version of v.surf.nnbathy around? From this recent post
>> it did not sound like an impossible thing. I am looking to replace
>> v.surf.idw with a more robust interpolation method (natural neighbour?)
>> in my mapping routine -- my input is scattered 3D vector points. I am
>> just checking to see if somebody else already did it before trying to
>> modify r.surf.nnbathy myself (I am not really a programmer).
>> Thanks and regards,
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