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  • Marta Rufino
    Hello everybody, I think you received all the messages, but, just in case, hear the answers to my animation question. thank you all, Marta, ... Marta, això
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 12, 2002
      Hello everybody,

      I think you received all the messages, but, just in case, hear the answers
      to my animation question.
      thank you all,


      On Tue, 2002-07-09 at 11:23, Marta Rufino wrote:
      > Hello,
      > I would like to do some smooth animations between several (kriged) maps-
      > like ones transforming in the others. Does anyone nows an easy software
      > (windows) to do it?
      > Thank you
      > Marta
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      això que vols fer no t'ho faria un simple power point?

      Si fiques els diversos mapes com a diapositives em sembla que hi ha una
      manera no gaire complicada de passar de l'un a l'altre. Jo no ho he
      provat mai, però sí que he vist algun exemple de transformació d'imatges
      amb el power point.

      Espero que et serveixi,

      Carme Hervada
      Física i enginyeria nuclear, UPC

      Dear Marta

      If you have access to matlab, try the movie-function.

      Best regards / Venlig hilsen

      Søren Lophaven

      Hello Marta,

      in case you want to present your maps at the internet, save your maps as
      seperate gif-images (screenshots will do) and use GIF Contruction Set
      (shareware available at http://www.mindworkshop.com/alchemy/alchemy.html)
      to create an animated gif .


      Hello Marta,

      I am sure you can find at least a dozen of different programs
      to sequentially 'play' your maps (flash, gif animator, etc...).
      However there is a paper by Ehlschlaeger et al (1997) titled
      Visualizing Spatial Data Uncertainty Using Animation
      (Computer&Geosciences Vol.23 No.4 pp397-395) which examines
      methodologies for dynamically displaying multiple images.
      The interesting proposition is the use of an interpolation
      method to generate intermediate maps which would allow for
      a smooth animation.




      You can try MuPAD (www.mupad.de) a freeware program (description below
      from MuPAD research group) that runs on M$Win.




      MuPAD - The Open Computer Algebra System

      MuPAD is a general purpose computer algebra system for symbolic and
      numerical computations. Users can view the library code, implement their
      own routines and data types easily and can also dynamically link C/C++
      compiled modules for raw speed and flexibility.


      Though there are some freeware applications that perform animation, you
      may want to investigate our EVS-PRO software. It offers the ultimate in
      3D Visualization and animation.

      If you are interested in more information about how our software is
      used, we have made our software brochure available on our website at:

      Thank you,

      Reed Copsey



      Marta Rufino

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