[GRASS-user] v.in.ascii don't work
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Tue May 29 04:10:42 EDT 2007
When I had a similar problem, I ended up using csv file from a
spreadsheet as the input file.
Otto Dassau wrote:
> for me (GRASS 6.3cvs) the import of your test data works, the syntax is
> correct. Maybe you need to check your test.txt for <space> values in your
> columns etc?
> On Tue, 29 May 2007 09:31:38 +0200
> Poizot Emmanuel <poizot at cnam.fr> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm unable to input text file in GRASS using v.in.ascii.
>> I'm (trying) working on GRASS 6.2.1 under Ubuntu Fiesty
>> I have a text file (test.txt) which containing:
>> I would like to import it in a new layer with the following command:
>> cat test.txt | v.in.ascii out=test columns='nul int, x double, y
>> double, val double' fs="|" x=2 y=3 z=0
>> and the outputs of that command is:
>> Maximum input row length: 20
>> Maximum number of columns: 4
>> Minimum number of columns: 4
>> column: 1 type: integer
>> column: 2 type: double
>> column: 3 type: double
>> column: 4 type: double
>> Building topology ...
>> 0 primitives registered
>> 0 areas built
>> 0 isles built
>> Attaching islands:
>> Attaching centroids: Topology was built.
>> Number of nodes : 0
>> Number of primitives: 0
>> Number of points : 0
>> Number of lines : 0
>> Number of boundaries: 0
>> Number of centroids : 0
>> Number of areas : 0
>> Number of isles : 0
>> So no points are imported in the layer.
>> I turn around that problem wich normally should work, as what I raed
>> everywhere, but not for me !!
>> E. POIZOT
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