[GRASS-user] Fwd: Airborne LiDAR data strip adjustment
kirilov.adrian at gmail.com
Sun May 19 05:57:17 PDT 2013
I applied the same method actually (after a bit thinking and reevaluation
of my first idea). I prefer to use v.in.ascii -t -r -z input= fs= z= out= ,
because I'm interpolating the points with v.surf.bspline (bilinear, to be
more precise) afterwards.
I have some more questions now. Sorry, but I don't know if I should put
them in a different e-mail and subject...
I used r.horizon module to build horizon view for 16 directions,
consequently I received as a result 8 output raster maps:
r.horizon elevin=demb30_5_combined at FlemishArdennes direction=0
horizonstep=45 maxdistance=10 horizon=SVF_demb30_5
After that I combined them witn r.mapcalc but with simple addition only:
'SVF_demb30_5_0 at FlemishArdennes + SVF_demb30_5_1 at FlemishArdennes +
SVF_demb30_5_2 at FlemishArdennes + SVF_demb30_5_4 at FlemishArdennes +
SVF_demb30_5_5 at FlemishArdennes + SVF_demb30_5_6 at FlemishArdennes +
SVF_demb30_5_7 at FlemishArdennes'
Is this approach correct?
And how can I change the range value of the output raster after I have set
up first color table with r.colors color=grey. I want to change the range
from 0.0-1.0 to something else, like 0.7-1.0 for example to get more
contrast or brightness. The last is in fact the question from my first
e-mail (see up) with this subject.
Thanks a lot for the help!
On Sat, May 18, 2013 at 5:37 AM, Hamish <hamish_b at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Adrian wrote:
> > It's a series of points. But how can I export them from all
> > imported files (strips) later into a single one ASCII file into
> > specific region? I think that v.out.ascii for example is only
> > for exporting single file. And I need to export multiple,
> > falling into the region. Is this possible in GRASS?
> first set the region and grid size with g.region, check it is
> ok with the -p flag.
> then depending on what you want to do:
> cat *.asc | r.in.xyz x= y= z= fs= input=- output=mapname method=
> cat *.asc | v.in.ascii -r -bt x= y= z= fs= output=mapname
> r.in.xyz discards points outside of the current region, as does
> v.in.ascii if you use the -r flag.
> if your data is already processed, sorted, and cleaned I'd
> go straight for r.in.xyz myself, but that's just me.
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