[SoC] [Report #2] Kriging with GRASS and R: v.autokrige port to
wxPython and more
michael.barton at asu.edu
Fri Jun 12 12:57:54 EDT 2009
The wxPython interface looks good. I'd stick with the notebook over
choicebook because you can easily see the options with a notebook
without clicking anything.
We use a flatnotebook control for the GRASS GUI if you'd like to make
this visually compatible (not obligatory, though aesthetically
consistent). We use the V8 style tab and some nice colors too. You can
look at the GUI code for ideas if you want.
If someone does not have one of the programs installed, does the error
message suggest the needed URL to get it?
On Jun 11, 2009, at 9:50 AM, Anne Ghisla wrote:
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> Hello all,
> there are some important news about the module!
> First of all, the interface is almost finished. See a screenshot on
> wiki page .
> The layout includes a notebook with a page for each R package
> gstat and geoR), with the available options. Another layout could be a
> chiocebox wht the three packages on the top of Kriging section, that
> redraws the section accourding to the user's choice.
> Let me know which one do you prefer, feel free also to suggest
> The R-GRASS integration is on its way: autofitting the variogram on a
> map obtained from a DEM sample  works in the proof of concept.
> is extremely helpful and does not require much more code than the
> original R code. More to come in the next days.
> The idea for variogram fitting is to plot the variogram in a new frame
> and add some controls like sliders and/or text boxes to fill up with
> nugget, sill and range values. This will involve Python graphics,
> not R,
> as the former is more flexible.
> Comments, suggestions, critics are welcome!
> best regards and happy coding to everyone,
>  http://grass.osgeo.org/wiki/V.autokrige_GSoC_2009
>  http://casoilresource.lawr.ucdavis.edu/drupal/node/442
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