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Processing holes also gives error

Sorry for the joke in reference to my other post ;)

I'm getting artifacts resulting, I believe, from scenproc attempting to process holes in my SHP data while trying to create autogen polys. See attached pic. Any ideas on how to eliminate this?

Thanks,
Scott

 

arno

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I guess the polygon is quite complex and scenproc has difficulty to remove all holes. Was all that one polygon originally?
 
It was originally a detailed landclass raster. I converted the raster to vector, and this was the result for one particular land cover type. Here is a pic of the input SHP file. I can email it to you if you want a closer look. Overall, scenproc did a very good job with it, but it is a very detailed input as you can see.

 

arno

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Hi,

Maybe it helps indeed if you can email the file so I can have a look. Looks quite complex.
 

arno

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Hi Scott,

I have fixed a bug in scenProc know that did result in such weird "tails" for features. I think you have found a work around by now, but next time you can try to throw in some complex shapes again :)
 
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