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 lesson_6 [2019/07/09 14:15]argemiro created lesson_6 [2020/02/19 16:37] (current)argemiro 2020/02/19 16:37 argemiro 2020/02/11 21:21 hermann 2020/02/11 21:19 hermann 2020/02/10 21:38 argemiro 2019/09/05 13:38 britaldo 2019/09/05 13:38 britaldo 2019/09/05 13:34 britaldo 2019/09/05 13:34 britaldo 2019/08/30 23:38 argemiro 2019/08/13 14:04 argemiro ↷ Page name changed from lesson_7 to lesson_62019/08/13 14:04 argemiro 2019/07/09 19:53 argemiro ↷ Page name changed from lesson_4 to lesson_72019/07/09 19:53 argemiro 2019/07/09 14:15 argemiro created Next revision Previous revision 2020/02/19 16:37 argemiro 2020/02/11 21:21 hermann 2020/02/11 21:19 hermann 2020/02/10 21:38 argemiro 2019/09/05 13:38 britaldo 2019/09/05 13:38 britaldo 2019/09/05 13:34 britaldo 2019/09/05 13:34 britaldo 2019/08/30 23:38 argemiro 2019/08/13 14:04 argemiro ↷ Page name changed from lesson_7 to lesson_62019/08/13 14:04 argemiro 2019/07/09 19:53 argemiro ↷ Page name changed from lesson_4 to lesson_72019/07/09 19:53 argemiro 2019/07/09 14:15 argemiro created Line 1: Line 1: - =====LESSON 4: Extracting the attributes and calculating basic statistics from a map on Dinamica EGO=====  ​ + {{ :logo_logo.png?​400 |}} \\ \\ - ==In this lesson we would like to demonstrate some details on how Dinamica EGO extracts the attributes and calculates basic statistics from a map and as a result creates a table that contains these extracted attributes. == \\ \\ - **Which Functors will you use in this lesson?**\\ \\ + ====LESSON 6: Extracting the attributes ​and calculating basic statistics from a map====  ​ - • Functors: Load Map, Extract Map Attributes ​and Decorate Map Attribute Table\\ + \\ \\ + In this lesson we would like to demonstrate some details on how Dinamica EGO extracts the attributes and calculates basic statistics from a map, creating a table that contains these extracted attributes. ​ \\ \\ - **Here, we will use**: The air_temperature raster layer (Dinamica EGO\Guidebook Dinamica_4\Database\Climate_bh\air_temperature.tif) \\ \\ + **Which Functors will you use in this lesson?** [[Load Map]], [[Extract Map Attributes]] and Decorate Map Attribute Table \\ \\ - **Let'​s go!** First, Click on the Input/​output tab, grab and place on the sketch one Load Map and open the air_temperature.tiff file. Next, click on the Map Algebra tab, grab and place on the sketch one Calculate Map Container. Additionally,​ click on the Map Algebra tab and grab and place one Extract Map Attributes and one Decorate Map attributes Table container: + <​note>​ + Decorate ​Map Attribute Table is a submodel (more about that later) ​and it is stored in the Dinamica Store. To install it go to the menu Tools >> Submodel Store, search for ''​Decorate'',​ select ​the Decorate ​Map Attribute Table submodel ​and click on the Install button at the bottom of the Submodel Store window. + ​ \\ \\ + **Here, we will use**: The air_temperature raster layer ''​Guidebook_Dinamica_5\Database\Climate_bh\air_temperature.tif''​ \\ \\ - {{ :​imagem28.png?​500 |}} \\ \\ + **Let'​s go!** \\ \\ - Now you can connect the functor Load Map to the Extract Map Attributes ​ container and the container Extract Map Attributes to Decorate Map attributes Table. \\ \\ + First, click on the Input/​Output tab, grab and place on the sketch one [[Load Map]] and open the air_temperature.tif file. Next, click on the Map Algebra tab, place on the sketch one [[Calculate Map]] container. Additionally,​ click on the Map Algebra tab and place one [[Extract Map Attributes]] and one Decorate Map Attributes Table. \\ \\ - ​**IMPORTANT:​**Decorate Map Attribute Table layers are stored in a Dinamica Store.​ \\ \\ + {{ :​imagem28.png?​500 |}} + \\ + \\ + Now you can connect the functor [[Load Map]] to [[Extract Map Attributes]] and [[Extract Map Attributes]] to Decorate Map attributes Table. A Connect Ports window should pop up when making the last connection, connect Attributes to Attribute Lookup Table. + \\ + \\ + Click once on the Decorate Map Attribute Table to prompt the functor toolbar, then click on the eye icon - Inspect functor. Inside the functor viewer window that will pop up, click on the eye icon - Inspect port output, this will mark the port for inspection. You can close the window, save and run the model. \\ \\ - Mark the Create a connection from this functor button (at the top of the Decorate Map Attribute Table functor) to view the attribute table. \\ The final model will look like this: The final model will look like this: \\ \\ Line 29: Line 36: \\ \\ \\ \\ - Save and run the model by clicking ​on the run model script button. Click on the Create a connection from this functor ​button for open the Map Attribute Table. ​The table will look like this: + Click again on the eye icon on the functor ​toolbar of Decorate ​Map Attribute Table. ​In the next window the table will be displayed. \\ \\ \\ \\ {{ :​imagem31.png?​500 |}} {{ :​imagem31.png?​500 |}} + \\ + \\ + Congratulations,​ you have successfully completed this lesson! + \\ + \\ + ☞[[:​lesson_7 | Next Lesson]] + \\ + ☞[[:​guidebook_start| Back to Guidebook Start]] ​