We are now reaching the end of the course about GIS applied to Archaeology. At this module you will learn to apply raster geoprocesses and use Digital Elevation Models to perform the territorial analysis of archaeological sites.
If you haven’t done the previous exercises, we recommend you to start with the first module.
We remind you that the data to follow the course can be downloaded in a compressed .zip file from this link.
Remember that for doubts about software use, carrying out the exercises, and problems that you find when carrying out the course, you can use the gvSIG users mailing list.
Module 5. Territorial analysis of archaeological sites: Raster geoprocessing and Digital Elevation Models
Module 1: Preparation of an archaeological project
Module 2: Digitalizing prospection areas
Module 3: Analysis of prospection results: Vector geoprocessing
Module 4: Working with historical maps: Georeferencing images. GIS applied to archaeology
Good day! Do everything as in the video. After surgery Density (kernel) does not appear layer “Ard_site_Zurich[Density]. What am I doing wrong or missing tools in the program?
A file with an extension is created .rmf. It is not recognized by the program.
Hi Sergey, are you saving the output layer in a folder where its path has spaces? In that case try to avoid spaces. It’s usually a problem with raster files.
Good day, Mario! With by storing the output layer all right. I work on a laptop Dell G3 3579 c operating system Windows 10 pro 17134. 4 files must be created (.prj,.rmx,.tiff,.tif). Only one is created .rmf. Did the same on a desktop computer and on Windows 10 pro 17763 – everything turned out as it should. Maybe the problem is plugins, settings, drivers?
Hi Sergey, it should work on both laptops and desktop computers. I think that the problem will be related to a system library then. You can try with the portable version to delimit the problem. If the problem persists it would be interesting that you send the log file to the users mailing list as indicated here: https://blog.gvsig.org/2015/06/17/what-to-do-when-we-get-an-error-in-gvsig/
It will help to solve the problem if it’s caused by gvSIG.
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