[GRASS-user] Attribute table from v.net.allpairs; v.out.ogr - dsn option in GUI
johannesradinger at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 01:33:24 PDT 2013
@Markus M: Thank you for the fix.
However, somehow I am not able to export the attribute table that is
created by v.net.allpairs.
There is nothing special with the v.net.allpairs operation, just 13 points
along the network. The result
looks okay and the attribute table is as it should be. When I try
db.out.ogr nothing is produced (db.out.ogr
works with other tables):
db.out.ogr input=map_1 dsn=/home/radinger/Analysis/test format=CSV
I get the warning above that the vector map <map_1> can not be found and
there is no output created at
all. Can anyone reproduce that problem with a net.allpairs-attribute table?
On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 7:30 PM, Markus Metz
<markus.metz.giswork at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 24, 2013 at 3:01 PM, Johannes Radinger
> <johannesradinger at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > There are two little issues that recently popped up in GRASS 7
> > 1) I performed a pairwise network analysis with v.net.allpairs.
> > The attribute table to the output map "map" that is produced is called
> > "map_1" (note: _1 !!).
> This is because if a table with node attributes exists in the input
> vector, this table is also copied to the output vector and should have
> the name map_2.
> Thus when I then try to export the attribute table to
> > a csv using v.out.ogr I get following warning (which is of course net a
> > problem):
> > db.out.ogr input=map_1 dsn=path/to/csv/file.csv format=CSV
> > WARNING: Vector map <map_1> not found -->right, because there is no
> > the map is called "map"
> > Is that an intended behaviour that the corresponding attribute table for
> > v.net.allpairs gets a ending of "_1"?
> > 2) It seems that the option for the output in db.out.ogr is maybe set
> > (http://svn.osgeo.org/grass/grass/trunk/scripts/db.out.ogr/). Is it
> > necessary that the outputfile already exists because the GUI asks to
> > a file rather than allow specifying the path to the file? I want to
> create a
> > new csv with that module, so maybe the following needs to be changed from
> > "old" to "new":
> > #%option G_OPT_F_INPUT
> > #% key: dsn
> > #% gisprompt: old,bin,file
> > #% description: Table file to be exported or DB connection string
> > #% required : yes
> > #%end
> or simpler
> #%option G_OPT_F_OUTPUT
> #% key: dsn
> #% description: Table file to be exported or DB connection string
> Fixed in r55983.
> Markus M
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