[GRASS-user] Adding a point vector

Kurt Springs ferret_bard at mac.com
Fri Sep 23 14:47:54 EDT 2011

Hi Micha,

Okay I'm trying that.  

v.edit --verbose map=wedge_tomb at PERMANENT type=point tool=add coords=170402,374124

I would like to have said that I've tried it, but it's still going.  Any idea how long I should let it run before I decide there's a problem?

Also, with attribute data, for that would I just fill in the blanks in sqlite?

On Sep 23, 2011, at 1:48 PM, Micha Silver wrote:

> It won't be enough to add the data to your sqlite table, That;s *just* the attributes, not the geography. The easiest way to add one point (assuming you know it's coordinates) would be with v.edit:
> v.edit arch_sites tool=add coord=<x>,<y>
> Regards,
> Micha
> On Fri, 2011-09-23 at 13:22 -0400, Kurt Springs wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I have a question.  I was examining some point vectors for
>>  archaeological sites that I am planning to do some research on and I
>>  noticed that a site was missing.  I know it exists because I've been
>>  their.  I got the information from shape files put out by Ireland's
>>  office of public works.
>> I have most of the important information on the site and I was
>>  wondering if there is an easy way to add it.  I am using sqlite and
>>  have my grass data base set for sqlite.  I considered simply adding
>>  the record to the appropriate table, but didn't want to make a mess of
>>  things by experimenting.  I checked the third addition of Markus
>>  Neteler and Helena Mitasova's book, but didn't find what I was looking
>>  for.
>> Any ideas.  Thanks for any information you can give.
>> Kurt _______________________________________________ grass-user mailing
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