RE [GRASS-user] MOLA data elevation problem
mtom at pgi.gov.pl
Wed Feb 7 04:35:18 EST 2007
Maciej Tomaszczyk wrote:
> > I have problem with MOLA data, i managed to import MOLA binary file
> > to grass using r.in.bin
> > but some cells seems to have invalid values (see pictures in
> > attachment). Anyone know how to solve this problem??? and set
> > correct elevation values. Thanks in advance
> It seems that your file contains negative values. They are coded with
> the values form 32768 to 65535 with 32765 meaning -32768 and 65535
> meaning -1 (you can see in your histogram that you have values in the
> low value (0...) which are the positive values and in the high values
> (...65535) which are the negative values (-1...).
> There is in r.in.bin a -s flag(high bit means negative value) but when
> i used it, effect was the same. The r.mapcalc fixed it. Now everything
> is ok. Thanks for your advice
Glad it is working. FYI in an article in GRASSNews vol 1 (page 11) I use
this r.in.bin command to load in MOLA data:
GRASS:~ > r.in.bin input=megt90n000fb.img \
title="MGS/MOLA Gridded Data, 1/32 degree" \
output=mars_mola_32 -b bytes=2 rows=5760 \
cols=11520 n=90N s=90S e=180E w=180W
The problem is that i act on your article in GRASSnews vol.1.
I did it again one more time and effect is the same.
maybe there is a bug in r.in.bin??? i use latest cvs version,
(i tried both, command line and GUI).
Polish Geological Institute
Geological Mapping Department
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