[GRASS-user] Re: How to extract z-coordiante and write it into attribute table?

TimNorwey timmy_weyrer at live.at
Wed Mar 23 15:39:32 EDT 2011

> Could there be other extraneous values somewhere in the original ascii 
> file? Maybe rows with an extra comma, or other characters? Can you make 
> a bunch of rows available online somewhere so that we can have a look?
Returns v.in.ascii no error if I´m importing something that isn´t in the
right format?
Here a part of my csv file: 

> Another point you might want to take advantage of: v.in.ascii has an 
> option (-z) to create a 3D vector. This means that each point's geometry 
> consists of x,y, and z. So you then have the elevation available even if 
> the values are not actually in the attribute table. For example, you can 
> interpolate a dem from a 3D vector with no attribute table at all.

Thank you for the hint, but I used the -z option. I need the elevation in


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