x2sys_binlist: row (-6) outside range implied by -R -I!

Added by Gery 4 months ago

Dear gurus,

I am working with 35 files with a general -R of -R-78.47907625/-74.48678522/-15/-10.99997149. When I run x2sys_binlist I get:

x2sys_binlist: row (-6) outside range implied by -R -I! [0-4>
(null): Bad row index

The offending file has the following -R: -R-78.33291667/-76.257/-14.24935625/-11

From the error message I understand that the offending -R is outside the general -R, but this seems to be not the case here when both -Rs are compared (ie. the offending -R is included in the general -R). What am I doing wrong here?

These are the commands I use:

x2sys_init Sv_txt -Ce -Dgeoz.def -Gd -R-78.47907625/-74.48678522/-15/-10.99997149 -Nde -I1/1 -Etxt
x2sys_binlist `cat listatxt` -TSv_txt -D -V > Sv_txt.tbf

Thanks for any pointers,

Best regards,

Gery


Replies (4)

RE: x2sys_binlist: row (-6) outside range implied by -R -I! - Added by Paul 4 months ago

What -R did you run with x2sys_init? There has to be sanity between the -R region and the -I increment. Round -R to nearest increment.

RE: x2sys_binlist: row (-6) outside range implied by -R -I! - Added by Gery 4 months ago

Paul wrote:

What -R did you run with x2sys_init? There has to be sanity between the -R region and the -I increment. Round -R to nearest increment.

I used -R-78.47907625/-74.48678522/-15/-10.99997149 with -I1/1. So I should use instead -R-79/-74/-15/-11? it didn't work with this new -R.

RE: x2sys_binlist: row (-6) outside range implied by -R -I! - Added by Paul 4 months ago

Yes, your region is not divisible by your increment.

RE: x2sys_binlist: row (-6) outside range implied by -R -I! - Added by Gery 4 months ago

Paul wrote:

Yes, your region is not divisible by your increment.

now it works, I had to use -R-79/-74/-15/-10 because I had a latitude value of -10.99997149, thanks!

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