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Scilib-GEO

A collection of functions for use in geodaesie and astronomie
(160 downloads for this version - 11740 downloads for all versions)
Details
Version
0.5
A more recent valid version with binaries for Scilab 5.2 exists: 0.5.59
Author
cos
Owner Organization
area7
Maintainer
Christof Schulze
Categories
License
Creation Date
September 6, 2010
Source created on
Scilab 5.2.x
Binaries available on
The maintainer of this module has not provided binaries.
Description
            Scilib-GEO provides a collection of basic functions used in geodaetic
calculations.

This version is tested for use with Scilab v5.2.2. Not all functions are
compatible to version 0.1.

New and revised functionality, especially in:
    - sp3_parse_file()
    - alm_parse_yumafile()            
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Comments (2)     Leave a comment 
Comment from Samuel Gougeon -- October 28, 2010, 05:26:16 PM    
Hello,

Thank you for this nice toolbox. When discovering and exploring it
through the examples, i have noticed some errors or missing points:

* sphere(): 
 - Why do you call it a scatterplot, since the generated
   mesh is regular (not scattered points)
 - r is not defined in the example => Yields an error

* -->plotWorldmap(%T);
 !--error 4 
Undefined variable: %GEOlib_DIR
at line      24 of function plotWorldmap called by :  
plotWorldmap(%T);
// Maybe should it be defined in the loader.sce?

Cheers
Samuel
Comment from Christof Schulze -- October 29, 2010, 10:34:57 PM    
Hello,

Thank you for your interest in this toolbox and especially for posting your comment.

The Output of the function sphere() is infact rather a point cloud than scattered, the
definition as "scattered" is a relic from the first translation into English.

You have steped into one bug introduced during rework to v0.5, it should now be fixed in
the next minor update.
The Variable %GEOlib_DIR should not be used or necessary any more. It pointed in the old
environment to the location of the toolbox. To avoid/fix this bug till the next release
you can define it and point it to the location where you saved this toolbox.



Regards
Christof
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