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  1. gaugi1

    inf resample problem

    Add these two linesCellType = S16LSB NullCellValue = -9999Gilles
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    Zooming in Ground2k4

    HiTry (alt)+(+)Gilles
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    Manitoba Mesh problems

    Hi Justin and Holger,Clarification : I use Microdem to merge some CDED files to made a new large DEM.Salut Gilles
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    Manitoba Mesh problems

    Hi Justin,With the CDED, the decim value is important. With my Nunavut mesh, this was important to respect the elev units. Here is an example of the result when I change the ScaleInMeterd to 1 (m) to (0.1) decim.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/61212.jpgThis example is localized in Manitoba.Salut Gilles
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    New Canadian elevation data!

    Hi Holger,I have made the northern Quebec, but in the Baie James region (in north-west) all the lakes are sunken and in northeastern region, all the lakes are raised. I have not uploaded it because it's not nice to fly. And too much work to correct.For the Baffin Island, i don't think of doing this territory.SalutGilles
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    New Canadian elevation data!

    Hi Holger,To complte my post, see the merging result in using CDED-3 and SRTM-3.SalutGilleshttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/49316.jpg
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    New Canadian elevation data!

    Hi Holger,The joined picture compares elevations of the same territory with new Canadian Digital Elevation Data (3 sec/arc) and SRTM-3.The SRTM-3 source gives best results. But there is a good source to correct, with MIcrodem, the missing elevation in SRTM-3.SalutGilleshttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/49298.jpg
  8. Hi, DickThanks for CellGrid 2004 and TDFCalc2004
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    Microdem Bug

    If there is no sea level data, you can correct the lines with 0 meters like thatData manipulation-> Edit -> Missing data to specified z -> 0followed by Edit -> Fill dem holes
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    Microdem Bug

    I have the same problem and I have resolved it with the Data manipulation->Edit->Fill DEM holes function. Attention ! These holes can also be in border. I have resolve this other problem in merging the adjacent DEMs, filling DEM holes and extracting (subset function) data set covering the wanted region.
  11. Hi all,The Martin Wright's new updated of FSTerrain 2002 has integral support for the new SRTM HGT data and GTOPO30 DEM data can be merged to help correct SRTM errors.http://www.mnwright.btinternet.co.uk/index.htm
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    SRTM for South America

    For your information, I have compared three interpolation methods to correct a big hole in SRTM file.http://forums.avsim.com/user_files/11897.jpg
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    SRTM for South America

    In using MICRODEM to correct holes, we can process this BGL[Destination]LOD = 9DestDir = "."DestBaseFileName = "s33w071"UseSourceDimensions = 1[source]Type = ElevS16LSBSourceDir = "."SourceFile = "S33W071.bsq"CellType = S16LSB NullCellValue = -9999Lat = -32Lon = -71NumOfCellsPerLine = 1201NumOfLines = 1201CellXDimensionDeg = 0.000833333333CellYDimensionDeg = 0.000833333333ScaleInMeters = 1.0http://forums.avsim.com/user_files/10859.jpg
  14. In Creating Terrain and Land Classification (FS2002SDK), "all source data is expected to use WGS84 projection". Is it necessary to use this projection to create terrain with digital elevation data ?
  15. Microdem convert the *.xyz files to dem format[link:www.usna.edu/Users/oceano/pguth/website/microdem.htm]And you use them in FS2002 SDK in converting *.Dem to *.BSQ with Terrainmap's mdem2bsq.[link:www.terrainmap.com/downloads/mdem2bsq.zip]