[GRASS-user] Spatial Dissolve

Markus Neteler neteler at itc.it
Wed May 16 10:03:49 EDT 2007

Hi Darren,

I also stumbled over this problem, but we solved it. The trick is that
you first have to remove the duplicated tile boundaries, then dissolve
See example for CORINE Landcover SHAPE files:


Darren Cope wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm new to GRASS, and using it in Windows via QGIS.
> I am attempting to do a "spatial dissolve" (i.e. not dissolve on an
> attribute, but rather just remove unnecessary tile boundaries) on a
> file that I've imported to GRASS from a shapefile, and am so far
> unsuccessful.  The file contains waterbodies, and some of them are cut
> in pieces by tile boundaries.  I would like to remove these
> boundaries.  Can someone please help me out?  I've tried combinations
> of v.extract -d with no success, and am not sure how the "category"
> value apply when I'm not dissolving on an attribute.
> So far my search of the archives has turned up something close, but
> nothing that seems to fit my situation exactly.
> Cheers,
> Darren Cope
> darrencope at gmail.com
> http://dmcope.freeshell.org
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