Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Procedures/DeliveryCreation/LIDAR


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Aug 9, 2010 3:35:52 PM (9 years ago)
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  • Procedures/DeliveryCreation/LIDAR

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    1717 1. Create the delivery directory using `make_lidar_delivery.sh <full path to main project dir> <year> <proj-code> <julian_day>`. The .LAS files that have been QC'ed and classified for noisy points should be in the main project directory under leica/proc_laser/ for this script. Check it's created everything correctly. If it fails, create the directory manually as per below.
    1818 1. If it is a UK project then dem and screenshots will be created. A screenshot of the intensity image with vectors overlaid will be created if there are vectors in ~arsf/vectors/from_os/PROJ_CODE. If the project is outside the UK then this script will not generate the dem or screenshots so these need to be created manually using make_lidardem_or_intensity.sh.
    19  1. Generate the readme using `create_lidar_readme.py -d <main project directory> [-l <path to text logsheet>] [-s <path to delivery e.g. .../DATE/PROJ-CODE>]`. For this script an ASCII version of the logsheet needs to be in ./admin - if not there create one. Go through the read_me and edit as required (search for TODO)
     19 1. Generate the readme file.
     20  1. Create a config file for the read me using the generate_readme_config.py script. Use a command such as `generate_readme_config.py -d <delivery_directory> -r lidar`
     21  1. Edit the config file and check all the items are filled in:
     22   * Any remarks about the data should be entered as a sentence in the "data_quality_remarks" section.
     23   * If vectors have been used then the accuracy should be entered in "vectors" (e.g. '5-10' if they're within 5m to 10m)
     24   * line_numbering should contain a space separated list of line names linking the logsheet to the processed files.
     25   * las_files should contain the path to the processed LAS file in order to extract the per flightline statistics
     26   * elevation_difference should contain a list of the elevation differences between overlapping flightlines. Enter the lines numbers and the difference in cm followed by a semicolon e.g 001 002 5; 002 003 4.5; etc...
     27   * All "compulsory" items should contain data
     28  1. Create a TeX file. Use the script `create_latex_lidar_readme.py -f <config filename>`
     29   1. This file can be reviewed and edited in any text editor if needed
     30  1. Create a PDF file by running `latex <tex_filename>`
     31   1. Review the read me and check carefully to see if it looks OK with all relevant information present
     32   1. Copy it to the delivery directory and remove any temporary files. Recommended to keep the TeX file until after delivery checking in case any edits are required
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    3144 1. Make sure correct upto date data quality report (pdf version) is included in docs directory
    3245 1. Create full resolution JPGs of mosaic of all the LIDAR lines by intensity, a separate one of the intensity with vectors overlaid (if vectors are available) and one of the dem and put in screenshot directory (with [wiki:Processing/CreateTifs make_lidardem_or_intensity.sh]).
    33  1. Generate the readme using `create_lidar_readme.py -d <main project directory> [-l <path to text logsheet>] [-s <path to delivery e.g. .../DATE/PROJ-CODE>]`. For this script an ASCII version of the logsheet needs to be in ./admin - if not there create one.
    34  1. Go through the read_me file and edit as required
    35    * Enter all the project details into the table at the top
    36    * Fill in the contents. Add the lidar filenames on the left and line numbers (from logsheet) on the right.
    37    * Enter the projection and datum details - get these from ALS PP output dialog when processing. 
    38      * UK flights should be - Horizontal Datum: "ETRF89" Vertical Datum: "Newlyn" Projection: "OSTN02 British National Grid"
    39    * Insert statistics for each line: `lasinfo --check <lidarfilename>` then cut/paste the required information
    40    * Check the accuracy of data vs vectors and estimate the average offset, also the average elevation offset between neighbouring lines
    41    * Search for 'TODO' and change anything that remains to be done
    42    * Ensure there are no tab characters used (search for \t and remove any that are present)
    43    * Ensure readme file is in Windows format (run unix2dos on it) and
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     46 1. Generate the readme using as per point 3 above
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