I do have an xyz file of a rectangle:
2’713’039 / 1’258’209 lower left
2’713’237 / 1’258’357 upper right
And I do have a ruby script from JimHami (thanks!) which to my understanding does the following: It takes xyz file nr. 1, then file nr. 2 and if it is the same x/y with different z it takes the middle of it. This is for the case I need to read in two files. Now I only have 1 file, so I read in twice the same, z-diffs all zero, done.
I believe I input everything correctly (skip first, indicate X / Y min max as well as delta) and can see that the ruby console is working (window / ruby console) - however there is no model resulting OR I can not see it.
I believe it has to do with scaling - anyone an idea how to make this work and get the a nice terrain model out of this?
swissALTI3D_.txt (218.9 KB)
thomas_merge.rb (5.7 KB)