[GRASS-user] Possible issue with ps.map
Timothy Glyn Southern
tim.southern at talktalk.net
Tue Jun 1 08:28:40 PDT 2021
Good afternoon all,
I am using ps.map to create an OS map for an archaeological site and want to add the OS grid lines with their appropriate coordinates.
If I use
It produces the lines as desired but only puts the leading 4 digits of the coordinates and omits the 2 trailing zeros.
if however I use
it again produces the grid but this time with the correct coordinates, all 6 digits.
I am running Grass 7.8 downloaded from Giscan.com as it is a a “working version” overcoming the as yet un resolved wxpython issue for AUR based versions.
Am I doing something wrong or is this a possible bug, either from using newer versions of wxpython (4.1.1) or in Grass?
While I am writing is the north arrow option no longer available in Grass 7.8 within ps.map? It is no longer listed in the manual for the ps.map.
Dr Timothy Glyn Southern
0155 941 8432
0791 076 6814
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> From: Saulteau Don <sault.don at gmail.com>
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> OK thanks! I'll see if I can find an old grass executable, compile in a VM
> with r.binfer in it or fallback to QGIS and OpenBugs. I thought I'd poke
> around cause I prefer analysis in GRASS over any other platform out there :)
> I've started to assist indigenous nations with assertion and
> protection/preservation of their rights with GIS. Some of these analytical
> methods like fuzzy/boolean patch modelling, weighted overlays, bayesian
> belief networks (BBN) allow them to translate their oral history and
> ecological knowledge into tools that help them engage effectively and
> meaningfully with other parties such as other nations/governments and
> industries who have expressed interest in their lands and resources.
> I SO wish I could code or even knew what to ask for in procurement for
> these things cause I would.
> Been a lowly user, bug reporter, package maintainer and crowd funder.
> Continuing to find ways to feed back and wholly contribute into these FOSS
> communities any way I can.
> On Sat., May 29, 2021, 03:12 Markus Neteler, <neteler at osgeo.org> wrote:
>> On Sat, May 29, 2021 at 4:20 AM Donovan Cameron <sault.don at gmail.com>
>>> I'm attempting to analyze a set of layers (slope, aspect, vegetation,
>>> soil, etc) that have been coded/scored based on expert opinion to output
>>> a probability/suitability map.
>>> I'm looking to apply a bayesian belief network  and i've got the
>>> raster layers ready for the inputs and coded like seen in this figure
>>> There was a grass4 module called r.binfer  that did this and I can't
>>> seem to find it with GRASS 78 - deprecated or replaced?
>> The latest code trace which I could find is this one:
>> GRASS GIS 5.5:
>> I do not recall why the module has been abandoned in GRASS GIS 6
>> (maybe no particular reason and a volunteer could update it...?).
>> Another option might be to rely on R and use "rgrass7" to exchange
>> data between GRASS GIS and R.
>>> Searches lead me to either r.regression.multi  or r.learn.ml  but
>>> i'm not sure where to start with these to get a BBN processed thru them.
>>>  https://www.gislounge.com/gis-bayesian-belief-networks/
>>>  https://grass.osgeo.org/grass78/manuals/r.regression.multi.html
>>>  https://grass.osgeo.org/grass78/manuals/addons/r.learn.ml.html
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>> Markus Neteler, PhD
>> https://www.mundialis.de - free data with free software
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