[GRASS-user] Trouble with v.in.ascii (x2) and v.out.ogr

Hamish hamish_b at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 18 13:48:59 EDT 2008

> > Paulo Marcondes wrote:
> >> I had issues while triyng to import an ASCII
> >> vector file,
> > missing a centroid?
> I thought v.build would fix that for me.
> So I have do add by hand?

use v.centroids or v.category

> Also, where does a centroid goes, I mean, any point inside
> the boundary, or some other specific place?

any point inside the boundary.

> > you need to use v.in.ascii's
> "format=standard" if data is given in that form.
> You are right with regards to the standard format, the name
> is a bit misleading.

descriptions now updated in SVN to be more descriptive.

> >> When I imported (almost) the same ASCII file with
> >> r.in.xyz, somewhere in the northern part of the raster I
> >> got a blank E-W line, that I feel has something to do with
> >> that resolution difference (99.97 vs 100m)
> >
> > probably that is correct, caused by a partial Moiré
> > effect.
> >
> > adjust the res to be exactly 100 by expanding the
> > bounds of the region with "g.region res=100 -a".
> It works!
> Raster loaded beautifully.

cool bananas.



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