[GRASS-user] Draping of Raster images
razmjooeis at faunalia.co.uk
Thu Nov 3 10:19:12 EDT 2011
If you are using spearfish dataset demo
> Thanks, but there doesn't seem to be a way of elevating a 2D raster
> surface. Do you have any experience with this, and would know what command
> to use?
> Many thanks,
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> From: "Saber Razmjooei" <razmjooeis at faunalia.co.uk>
> To: "Anna Hodgkinson" <anna.hodgkinson at thehumanjourney.net>
> Cc: grass-user at lists.osgeo.org
> Sent: Thursday, 3 November, 2011 1:52:36 PM
> Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Draping of Raster images
> This page might be helpful:
>> Dear all,
>> I was wondering whether it is possible to use GRASS to drape raster
>> images over existing 3D surfaces or vector layers.
>> I know ArcGIS is capable of this, is seems a fairly straight-forward
>> procedure there
>> so I was hoping to achieve the same using open source GIS.
>> GRASS has a v.drape module, which can drape vector layers over 3D
>> surfaces, NVIZ seems to do the same.
>> It would be great if someone could tell me that GRASS (or any other
>> open source GIS package) is capable of draping raster images over
>> either other
>> rasters or vectors containing elevation information.
>> Many thanks and all the best,
>> ______________________________________________ Anna Kathrin Hodgkinson
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