[GRASS-user] neither monitor <managed by d.mon command> nor grass_render_imidiate defined
alecventura at hotmail.com
Sun Dec 13 19:51:40 PST 2015
I didn't want to put it on a file, at least for now. I want to make a 3d boreholes very similar to:http://osgeo-org.1560.x6.nabble.com/Automatic-3D-geological-boreholes-representation-automate-v-extrude-from-a-table-my-solution-in-Pythn-td4978801.html
so i would like to add the boreholes to my current interface... the problem is: when i run the loop:
for i in range(len(boreholesList)): boreholeName = "bore"+str(i) g.run_command('v.extract',input=mapWithBuffer, list=i+1, output='tmp',type='area', quiet=True, overwrite=True) g.run_command('v.extrude', input='tmp', output=boreholeName, zshift=float(boreholesList[i]),height= float(boreholesList[i]),overwrite=True) g.run_command('g.remove', type='vector', name='tmp', flags = 'f') g.run_command('d.vect', map=boreholeName)
the last command (d.vect) gives an error saing that it needs a monitor, so when i run 'd.mon -l' the is no monitor running, and when i run a 'd.mon start="wx0"' then it starts a new interface where i can add the vectors... but then i cant do a 'zoom to layer' command (because i dont know how).
The ideal would be to use the current interface instead of open a new one right? i dont know why the 'd.vect' command requires a monitor on python.I will apreciate any tipsAlec.
From: wenzeslaus at gmail.com
Date: Sun, 13 Dec 2015 22:38:14 -0500
Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] neither monitor <managed by d.mon command> nor grass_render_imidiate defined
To: alecventura at hotmail.com
CC: grass-user at lists.osgeo.org
On Sun, Dec 13, 2015 at 7:17 PM, Alec Ventura <alecventura at hotmail.com> wrote:
> So, this error happens when i try to run the d.vect command on python console:
> g.run_command('d.vect', map='bore0 at Map')
> strange is that d.vect runs fine on command console, but as im iterating on a list, i need to run on python.
What you want to use is Python, not the GUI command console and d.mon as you are trying below but in Python. I suppose you want to render to a file. The code should look like something like this:
gscript.run_command('r.relief', input=raster, output=shaded_relief)
gscript.run_command('d.mon', start='cairo', output=raster + '.png',
gscript.run_command('d.shade', shade=shaded_relief, color=raster)
More robust alternative to d.mon are environmental variables:
Rendering to file can be done from Python or from the system command line (on MS Windows the black one).
Hope this helps, see more comments below,
> but when i tried to run the 'd.mon wx0' command it gives the error:
> Command 'd.mon' not yet implemented in the WxGUI. Try adding it as a command layer instead.
It seems that you are doing this in the GUI command line. That one is meant for simple tasks and GUI-related things only, so you can't use d.* command in this way there.
> Any tips? should i go to linux instead?
This should work on any operating system but there are many other reasons to use Linux and there is many happy Linux users among the GRASS GIS users.
> the problem in that i didnt found a easy install for Grass 7 on Debian, and the apt-get reference was (last week) pointing to 6.4.4 yet.
I'm not familiar enough with Debian to know how to install latest GRASS. If the particular distribution doesn't matter for you, you can try Ubuntu.You need to add a . The instructions are on GRASS GIS website.
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