[GRASSweb-list]paul: web/announces announce_grass530.html,1.5,1.6

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Mon May 31 07:15:55 EDT 2004

Author: paul

Update of /grassrepository/web/announces
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Index: announce_grass530.html
RCS file: /grassrepository/web/announces/announce_grass530.html,v
retrieving revision 1.5
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -u -d -r1.5 -r1.6
--- announce_grass530.html	26 May 2004 08:38:54 -0000	1.5
+++ announce_grass530.html	31 May 2004 11:15:53 -0000	1.6
@@ -98,7 +98,8 @@
 <dd><em>s.bspline.reg</em>, <em>s.correction</em>, <em>s.edgedetection</em>, 
 <em>s.growing</em>, <em>s.to.qrast</em></dd>
-<dt><strong>Experimental hydrology and sediment transport simulation tools</strong> (not compiled by default)<dt>
+<dt><strong>Experimental hydrology and sediment transport simulation tools</strong> 
+(not compiled by default)<dt>
 <dd><em>r.sim.sediment</em>, <em>r.sim.water</em></dd>
 <dt><strong>Experimental large-scale watershed computation</strong><dt>
@@ -132,17 +133,18 @@
-<dt><strong>MATLAB import and export</strong><dt>
+<dt><strong>MATLAB import and export</strong> (not compiled by default)<dt>
 <dd>GRASS can now import and export rasters from the MATLAB binary '.mat'
 format. The relevant modules are <em>r.in.mat</em> and <em>r.out.mat</em></dd>
-<dt><strong>Raster time series Statistical Analysis</strong><dt>
+<dt><strong>Raster time series Statistical Analysis</strong> (not compiled by 
 <dd><em>r.series</em> can be used to create an output raster map where each 
 cell value is a statistical function (average, count, median, mode, minimum, 
 maximum, stddev, sum, variance, diversity, slope or offset)
 of the values of the corresponding cells in all the input raster maps.</dd>
-<dt><strong>Vis5D Output</strong><dt>
+<dt><strong>Vis5D Output</strong> (not compiled by default)<dt>
 <dd><em>r3.in.v5d</em> and <em>r3.out.v5d</em> already exist to allow data
 conversion between Vis5D and GRASS G3D format. Now in addition 2-D raster
 and vector data can be output to a Vis5D model (for further enhanced
@@ -158,22 +160,21 @@
 module mean that by default it will operate reliably with all recent and
 older versions of <a href="http://remotesensing.org/gdal/">GDAL</a>.</dd>
-<dt><strong>Other new modules</strong><dt>
+<dt><strong>Other new modules</strong> (not all compiled/installed by default)<dt>
 <dd>Miscellaneous new modules include 
-<em>r.univar2</em> and

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