[Gstat-info] gstat 2.5.1 on Linux
edzer.pebesma at uni-muenster.de
Tue Jul 29 22:08:49 CEST 2008
Andy, these files are in PCRaster format.
On http://ifgiweb.uni-muenster.de/~epebe_01/tif/ I put up the GeoTIFF
versions of them; move them to the original, or change the name in the
Doing that, I realize that you may not have linked gstat to gdal (gstat
-v will tell you); in that case GeoTiff will not work either. You may
want to use gdal_translate and translate them into asciigrid, and that
may work natively in gstat.
Andrew Becker wrote:
> Hi - I am trying to use this package on Linux (RHEL). I have untarred
> the source package and am able to build the library and executables.
> If I go to the cmd/ directory and run
> ../bin/gstat ex01.cmd
> things seem to work OK. However, once I have to start reading the
> file "cmd/mask_map", e.g.
> ../bin/gstat ex03.cmd
> I get errors like
> gstat: Linux version 2.5.1 (02 April 2007)
> Copyright (C) 1992, 2006 Edzer J. Pebesma
> using Marsaglia's random number generator
> data(zinc): zinc.eas (GeoEAS file)
> attribute: zinc, ppm [x:] xcoord, m : [ 178605,
> n: 155 [y:] ycoord, m : [ 329714,
> sample mean: 469.716 sample std.: 367.074
> [inverse distance weighted interpolation]
> Warning: converted null-character(s) in `mask_map' to space
> gstat: read failed on file `mask_map'
> The file "cmd/mask_map" seems like a file of invalid characters (white
> question marks inside black circles; I've never seen that ASCII
> character before!). Same with "part_a", "part_b", and "sqrtdist".
> All the ".eas" files seem to be correctly formatted.
> I have searched for these files on-line, and downloaded previous
> versions of gstat, all to no avail. Is there a way to generate these
> files, or another location on-line where I can download them?
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