[GRASS-user] Connect point to point

Daniel Victoria daniel.victoria at gmail.com
Fri Jun 27 07:46:36 EDT 2008

Python works very nicely with GRASS. Another solution for scripting
that I use a lot is bash! You can do wonders with simple bash

There are lots of good bash tutorials on the net or, a book that I
really like is O'Reylies Learning the Bash Shell

Cheers and good reading

On Fri, Jun 27, 2008 at 7:04 AM, leonidas300 <leonidas_liakos at yahoo.gr> wrote:
> Thank you for your help! I think that I should study some kind of programming
> to accomplish some tasks for my job. How can I iterate through the shapes of
> a vector map or the values of fields of an attribute table?Is there any
> programming language for batch processing in Grass GIS? I have some Python
> skills.Can I use it for batch processing with Grass? Are there any tutorials
> or documentation for batch processing jobs and scripting for Grass?
> That's exactly what I need to do:
> http://www.ian-ko.com/ET_GeoWizards/UserGuide/connectPoints.htm
> Paul Kelly-4 wrote:
>> On Thu, 26 Jun 2008, leonidas300 wrote:
>>> I have a shapefile with points. I need to create a second shapefile
>>> (based on
>>> the first shapefile) which will contain lines connecting each point with
>>> each other one by one (point 1 with 2 (one line), 1 with 3 (second line),
>>> 1
>>> with for 4, 2 with 3 ...an so on). Is there any way to implement it with
>>> GRASS? I don't know C or script language so I look for a tool.Thank you,
>>> Leonidas
>> v.net.visibility might possibly do what you want, or at least give you a
>> good starting point that can be edited further.
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