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Export 3D Files for CAD or GIS 10 months 2 days ago #10907

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Wow - that's an impressive map!
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Export 3D Files for CAD or GIS 10 months 2 days ago #10908

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Thanks Matt couldn't have done it with out all your help over the years.
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Export 3D Files for CAD or GIS 9 months 1 day ago #11012

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I still have hughe difficulties… I can Export to ESRI grid, but than in Qgis Im not able to convert it to XYZ Formats or ascii values. Is there no simpler way in Reefmaster? It would be very necessary to improve the Outputs
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Export 3D Files for CAD or GIS 9 months 1 day ago #11013

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BTW. Reefmaster is also causing hughe track Export Errors in CSV Format.

first of all it does Export only the depht informations in meters, while the XY values are in 0,0x mm, so to achieve correct size you need to make a 2D scale of factor 100.000x of the XY values wile keeping Z value (depht) to 1:1

This issue should be fixed

Also depht informations are inverted…. the values should be negative
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Export 3D Files for CAD or GIS 9 months 1 day ago #11014

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GrinGEO wrote:
I still have hughe difficulties… I can Export to ESRI grid, but than in Qgis Im not able to convert it to XYZ Formats or ascii values. Is there no simpler way in Reefmaster? It would be very necessary to improve the Outputs

What is your aim? You can open the exported ESRI grid directly with QGIS and use it as a DEM raster.
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Export 3D Files for CAD or GIS 9 months 19 hours ago #11016

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I don't understand the issue you are describing with CSV export. RM always exports CSV files using the WGS84 datum. These values can't be "scaled" to metres by multiplying them by another value, although they can be re-projected to a metres based projection using another GIS application if required. It is true that we could expand on our CSV export options - e.g. a choice of projections and whether to export depth as positive or negative. I'll look into it.
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