[GRASS-user] weird dbf file in GRASS 6.4

maning sambale emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Fri Aug 29 06:34:58 EDT 2008


> You used the '-v' switch which means: "Use raster values as categories
> instead of unique sequence". Thus, it is normal that the output table
> has only that many rows, as many unique cell values were there in the
> input raster map. Multiple polygons are linked to the same table row (by
> having the same category), so there are more polygons than rows in the
> table indeed.

This make sense, thank you for clearing this out.  I created a new
vector without the -v switch and it looks ok now.


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