[GRASS-user] Centerlines of Polygons (skeletons)
aurorageomatics at telus.net
Wed Jun 18 17:01:56 EDT 2008
Thank you to both Christian and Michael,
I suppose that is an avenue to go down, but then I suppose if I were
to go the Raster route I may as well use the DEM file and do a quick
I wonder, is there a way to create a Voronoi diagram in GRASS?
Oh, is there a method to convert a polygon into a set of equidistant
points? Either by distance or evenly spaced number of points?
I could then create thiessen polygons, clip to original polygon,
convert thiessens to polylines, and select polylines that intersect
polygon boundary... I suppose I would be left with somewhat of a
centerline, although there would still be theissen polygon branches
that extend towards the boundary and not run the centerline... Gosh I
need to go back to Geometry class to figure this out...
Any geometry wizards out there?
> I only know the way for raster data using r.thin to get a center line
> for e.g. wide raster streams.
> Am Mittwoch, den 18.06.2008, 10:24 -0700 schrieb Aurora Geomatics:
>> Wondering if there is a simple way in GRASS to produce skeletons of
>> Polygons (rivers/streams), to find the flow centerline.
>> Mars Sjoden
>> Aurora Geomatics
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