[GRASS-user] Running a python script using GRASS GIS on a Mac
mlennert at club.worldonline.be
Mon Nov 22 23:13:57 PST 2021
First of all please try to avoid using screenshots of the command line. You should be able to just copy-paste it's contents as text into your email which makes it much easier to read on most devices.
Le 23 novembre 2021 05:26:22 GMT+01:00, Shaffiq Somani <SSomani at msn.com> a écrit :
>Thank you for your response since its greatly appreciated. Sorry, I just saw your message since it went into the spam folder. I have a couple of questions for you if you have a moment free. I looked at the Linux environmental variables which is export GRASS_BIN=/usr/bin/grass78, but changed it to GRASSBASE and opened up the unix file as shown in the screenshot below. I still get the following errors. Is there anything else that I am missing or should I be doing this another way. Thanks.
AFAIK, GRASSBASE is not used in GRASS GIS. Where did you get that from.
I would suggest to set that back to GRASSBIN and try again.
>From: Moritz Lennert <mlennert at club.worldonline.be>
>Sent: Monday, November 22, 2021 2:16 AM
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>Subject: Re: [GRASS-user] Running a python script using GRASS GIS on a Mac
>Le 22 novembre 2021 00:48:04 GMT+01:00, Shaffiq Somani <ssomani at msn.com> a écrit :
>>Dear GRASS Community,
>>I am trying to run grass as a Python script for the gapfilling component of PySEBAL where the GitHub directory is shown below. I have already imported the grass-session using the pip3 command.
>>PySEBAL GitHub Directory GapFilling
>>The Windows Environmental Variable setup file is shown below which I tried to follow in the Jupyter Notebook and see if I can import GRASS. Unfortunately, I had no luck as shown in the screenshot.
>As you can see here, GRASSBIN points to the actual 'binary' file that contains the GRASS GIS launch script (grass78). In your example it seems to me that you only point to the directory that contains it, not the actual file. Try adding the name of the file to your path.
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