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Re: [WCS] Leveller elevation levels

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  • Sam J. Bowling
    ... Duh! I ve been working on a DEM that was imported from WCS and then saved in Leveller format. I guess that is what confused me. Did I mention I have a
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 30, 2000
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      At 08:10 AM 12/1/2000 +0100, you wrote:
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      >----- Original Message -----
      >From: "Sam J. Bowling" <sbowling@...>
      >To: <wcsml@egroups.com>
      >Sent: Friday, December 01, 2000 5:24 AM
      >Subject: Re: [WCS] Leveller elevation levels
      >
      >
      >> I don't think Leveller has ever asked me anything like this on importing.
      >I
      >> know it asks a similar question on exporting.
      >
      >????? Sam, open your Leveller copy and try to import a WCS dem..:)
      >Leveller asks the elevation range of the dem, based on the grid size.

      Duh! I've been working on a DEM that was imported from WCS and then saved
      in Leveller format. I guess that is what confused me. Did I mention I have
      a cold? Maybe that has something to do with it too. ;')

      >Usually I make this approximation:
      >I look in WCS database window to see the N-S and E-W grid size of my DEM
      >(usually they differ);
      >make a mean, and assume it as my grid size;
      >look at the max and min elevation values of the DEM;
      >divide them by the mean grid size;
      >put these two values in Leveller requester.
      >It's an aproximated way, but there is no problem as, when I reimport to WCS,
      >I can be extremely precise in max and min values and extensions of the dem,
      >so everything fits very well. :)
      >
      >Best regards
      >Marco Gualdrini
      >
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      Sam J. Bowling


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