[GRASS-user] Re: open map

stephen sefick ssefick at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 10:21:51 EDT 2011

GUI layer manager.  However if the projection doesn't match the
current mapset be careful.  This could signal problems.

On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 9:19 AM, Anja_Eva <badera at student.ethz.ch> wrote:
> Hey!
> <Is it in the same projection as the location?
> not exactly... I need a location around Belize in Central America and put in
> some coordinates which should covering the whole country. But the map from
> the internet is bigger I think.
> So I marked 'extend location extents based on new dataset'. Isn't that
> enough? ;-)
> <Have you imported it into GRASS with r.in.gdal or v.in.ogr? ...
> Yeah I tried it, but it said: Projection of dataset does not appear to match
> current location.
> Then I marked 'extend location extents based on new dataset'
> It said that the .bil format was not supported, so I tried with .hdr. Is
> this right? It said raster map created but how do I really display the map?
> Thanks
> Anja_Eva
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