[GRASS-user] Re: grass-user Digest, Vol 25, Issue 61
rchirgwin at ozemail.com.au
Thu May 29 05:18:27 EDT 2008
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> Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 13:16:04 +1000
> From: "andrew haywood" <ahaywood3 at gmail.com>
> Subject: [GRASS-user] newbie: processing lidar with r.in.xyz
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> Dear List,
> i am currently enjoying the flexibility of using r.in.xyz to process lidar
> data over native forests in Victoria, Australia.Thank you hamish for such a
> great tool.
> At this stage I have 'binned' my data into 20m cells and calculated a number
> of metrics (including 13 vegetation height percentiles p5 p10 p20 .. p90,
> p95, p99) based on the z values.
> What I was wondering is how can I calculate the mean intensity for the
> associated height percentiles.
> To get around this I have written a script in a proprietary stats package to
> create the intensity metrics. However, I would prefer to use Grass and
> opensource tools to do this binning
> Any suggestions would be appreciated!!!!
> My data is in the following format
At the risk of sounding thick, I'd like to know what "intensity"
represents in your context ... Regarding statistical packages, since R
is grass-linked, why not do the calcs in R?
> I suspect I should start to learn python.
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> From: "maning sambale" <emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Triangles polygons with Arc*
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>>> Just curious if anybody encountered this issue with Arc*:
>> it's a common problem.
> It does seem to be.
>> short answer: TINs stink. Raster maps created from TINs stink more.
> My colleague used SRTM DEM converted to grid format of Arc
> He mentioned that it is fairly common when you convert raster grids in
> arc to vectors (shapefiles). Especially with very small areas like a
> 2-3 pixels. Will look into this further.
> To all the others who gave me a list of Arc mailing list thanks! I am
> reading a few right now.
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