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How to use g.gui.animation with base map

André Della Libera Zanchetta
Hi community,

I have a strds (space time raster data set) of precipitation and I
would like to create an animation of it with above an static map (in
the case, a DEM - digital elevation model) so that the cells with 0
precipitation are set as transparent.

In the manual, it is said that "each animation can consist of base map
layer(s) and (multiple) series", so in my understanding I should be
able to set my DEM as my base layer and my precipitation strds as the
animated one in the composition. However, I was not able to do so.

So the question is: how to animate an strds with a static base map?
(any solution, be it in the GUI interface or via command, would help a lot!)

Thanks,
André.
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Re: How to use g.gui.animation with base map

Veronica Andreo
Hello Andre,

I tried with an elevation map and a strds from the nc climate location [0]. I added the elevation map and then the strds and set opacity to 50% to the latter and then hit play. It works just fine. I can see the elevation map below. It is just a matter of ordering the layers AFAIU (see the arrows in the GUI). I do not have a strds with gaps here to test though... 

HTH, 
Vero


El sáb., 12 ene. 2019 a las 19:30, André Della Libera Zanchetta (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
Hi community,

I have a strds (space time raster data set) of precipitation and I
would like to create an animation of it with above an static map (in
the case, a DEM - digital elevation model) so that the cells with 0
precipitation are set as transparent.

In the manual, it is said that "each animation can consist of base map
layer(s) and (multiple) series", so in my understanding I should be
able to set my DEM as my base layer and my precipitation strds as the
animated one in the composition. However, I was not able to do so.

So the question is: how to animate an strds with a static base map?
(any solution, be it in the GUI interface or via command, would help a lot!)

Thanks,
André.
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Re: How to use g.gui.animation with base map

André Della Libera Zanchetta
Hi Veronica,

thank you very much for your time on checking it.
Shame on me: I was trying to add an static map to the animation using
the "Add spate-time dataset or series of map layers" button instead of
using the "Add raster map layer" that is just on the right of it. My
eyes just did not see it.
Got to make it work then via the interface GUI.

Thanks and have a nice,
Andre.

On Mon, Jan 14, 2019 at 8:10 AM Veronica Andreo <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hello Andre,
>
> I tried with an elevation map and a strds from the nc climate location [0]. I added the elevation map and then the strds and set opacity to 50% to the latter and then hit play. It works just fine. I can see the elevation map below. It is just a matter of ordering the layers AFAIU (see the arrows in the GUI). I do not have a strds with gaps here to test though...
>
> HTH,
> Vero
>
> [0] http://courses.ncsu.edu/mea592/common/media/02/nc_climate_spm_2000_2012.zip
>
> El sáb., 12 ene. 2019 a las 19:30, André Della Libera Zanchetta (<[hidden email]>) escribió:
>>
>> Hi community,
>>
>> I have a strds (space time raster data set) of precipitation and I
>> would like to create an animation of it with above an static map (in
>> the case, a DEM - digital elevation model) so that the cells with 0
>> precipitation are set as transparent.
>>
>> In the manual, it is said that "each animation can consist of base map
>> layer(s) and (multiple) series", so in my understanding I should be
>> able to set my DEM as my base layer and my precipitation strds as the
>> animated one in the composition. However, I was not able to do so.
>>
>> So the question is: how to animate an strds with a static base map?
>> (any solution, be it in the GUI interface or via command, would help a lot!)
>>
>> Thanks,
>> André.
>> _______________________________________________
>> grass-user mailing list
>> [hidden email]
>> https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/grass-user
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