[GRASS-user] Setting Initial Projection/Bounds

stephen sefick sas0025 at auburn.edu
Fri Feb 25 19:30:53 EST 2011


may help.

if you have raster data


should do the trick

these are scriptable.

On Feb 25, 2011, at 3:26 PM, Rich Shepard wrote:

>  I keep tripping over new issues. If there's a doc discussing this,  
> please
> point me to it and I'll go read it.
>  My Nevada data come from a variety of different sources and have  
> different
> projections (Alberts Conical Equal Area [aea] and Long/Lat [ll], if  
> not
> more) and coverage boundaries. This for both vector and raster data.
>  I want to put all these in a GRASS state data location and PERMANENT
> mapset. Once all data are in I can re-project and change regions as
> necessary.
>  Importing the state and county boundaries I set the bounds by long/ 
> lat (in
> decimal degrees) and grass took the aea projection information from  
> the .e00
> file. When I tried to import hydrologic unit boundaries from the  
> National
> Hydrologic Database, v.in.ogr on a .shp file and using the -o option  
> to
> override the defaults, failed becaue the projection of these data are
> lat/long.
>  Is the appropriate response for me to set up a suite of locations,  
> one per
> projection, to initially import all data and then reproject them  
> into a
> common location? Or is there a more appropriate way to get all the  
> disparate
> data into grass?
> TIA,
> Rich
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