#1 2015-04-05 12:06:17

erkan yilmaz
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Registered: 2015-04-05
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split .map file

Hi All,
i have a .map file and i want to split roughness and orography lengths to use in my other project. because when i open .map file, these lengths appear interpenetrating each other. How can i split these lengths in WAsP, global mapper or in another software? thank you.

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#2 2015-04-06 12:15:46

Morten
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Re: split .map file

Hi Erkan,


The WAsP Map Editor offers several possibilities. 


1. You may by press ‘Edit| Clip Map| Map part’, define a rectangular or elliptical boundary, and then decide to keep either the map part inside or outside the boundary.


2. When you combine two maps you can either use the ‘File| Add’ or ‘File| Add and Replace’ methods. If you chose 'Add and Replace' the contours from an already loaded map will be deleted in the area covered by the new map. This is a good way to avoid crossing contours from two maps, e.g. maps with coarse and fine resolution.


3. It is sometimes practical to remove all contours of a certain type. This is done by pressing ‘Edit| Clip Map| Contour/line Attributes’ and then select from the emerging popup menu. This way you could for instance remove all height contours from a map before you replace them with height contours from a better map and avoid losing your roughness contours.


Find more information the the Map Editor helpfile.


Regards,
Morten

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#3 2015-04-07 10:54:14

erkan yilmaz
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Registered: 2015-04-05
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Re: split .map file

Dear Morten,
i have used these 3 methods and i can solve my problem. These 3 ideas are wonderful for me. When i  was trying to do these methods, i have explored other usage of WAsP. Thank you for your support :)

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