[GRASS-user] Query: number of 'areas' reported in v.build output does not necessarily represent different geographical areas

RichardC richtcooper at hotmail.com
Wed May 8 21:36:33 PDT 2013


Snapping gives the maximum distance to another vertex in map units, degrees
for latlon.

I don't know the coordinate ref system for the world mangrove shapefile, but
if degrees lat/long, a snapping distance of 0.000001 would equate to ~0.1 m
at the equator, which should be sufficiently small? 

Does using smaller values improve topology?


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