[AniMov] R: Re: Re: AniMove for SEXTANTE 1.2.5

francescoboccacci at libero.it francescoboccacci at libero.it
Fri Feb 15 09:22:43 CET 2013


Ok.
Thanks.I'll investigate on CRS.

Francesco

>----Messaggio originale----
>Da: giovanni.manghi at faunalia.pt
>Data: 15/02/2013 9.14
>A: "francescoboccacci at libero.it"<francescoboccacci at libero.it>
>Cc: "Animal Movement"<animov at faunalia.it>
>Ogg: Re: Re: [AniMov] AniMove for SEXTANTE 1.2.5
>
>On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 9:50 PM, francescoboccacci at libero.it
><francescoboccacci at libero.it> wrote:
>> Hi Giovanni,
>> a question about raster output name:
>>
>> ex:
>>
>> sample_95_6-2005_2013-02-14
>>
>> mean:
>>
>> inputvectorname_percentage_ID(group)_date
>>
>>
>> Is it correct?
>
>
>yes, obviously mine was just an example, because as the rasters go all
>in the same folder and a user may want to run multiple analysis on the
>same group of fixes, then it is needed to recognize them.
>
>
>
>>
>> Anoter question:
>> I can't replicate the crs issue. Can you suggest me how can replicate it?
>
>in QGIS general options, "CRS" tab, set the "CRS for new layers" to
>"prompt for CRS". This way QGIS asks the user for the layer CRS if it
>has no explicit one (example: shapes without .prj, csv files, normal
>tiffs, etc.). This is the standard set-up for QGIS. If you uses
>another options obviously does not happen, but it may be wrong
>(depends if the data has the same CRS of the project). Anyway when
>computing the MCP this issue does not surface.
>
>cheers!
>




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