so it might not look much to you …

Being able to see this represents quite a bit of work on my part. It’s the output from WAsP‘s map editor, reprsenting some terrain roughness data exported from Surfer.

The original data set looks a bit like this:


It’s a grid of values. Unfortunately, WAsP wants the boundaries, and it took me a while to work out a (rather inefficient) algorithm to find them.

Now I have to go off and recode this in Fortran 90. I’m glad that the Intel® Fortran Compiler for Linux is available free.

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