Since last night I have been struggling to get the Lambert Azimuthal
to work. I have been beaten by numerical analysis problems (or
numerical paralysis as my colleague that teaches it here at Uvic calls
I get jagged edges and I can't compute properly its size :(
I think I need to get a numerical analysis book (it was my _worst_
subject in my computer science education :) but I plan to teach it in
JD Smith twisted the bytes to say:
JD> On Mon, 2006-12-11 at 23:12 -0800, Daniel M. German wrote:
>> I just committed the implementation of the lambert projection into the
>> Some technical data about it:
>> * Its width is PI times its height
>> * It is a projection of the sphere to a cilinder that is tangent to
>> the equator.
>> From the practical point of view it compresses the nadir and the
>> It is projection type #8 in panotools.
>> I'll post a bit more details on what its implications are to the panotoolsNG list.
JD> Awesome. I had advocated adding just that projection long ago:
JD> There are a few others of interest too, including the Miller Equidistant
JD> with 37.5deg parallel, a cylindrical equidistant projection with the
JD> least scale distortion. Here's a nice page with a picture of most
JD> common projections:
JD> Can PTMender take a nona .pto script without difficulty? It would be
JD> nice to use nona for normal workflow to generate 16bit or multi-layer
JD> TIFFs, and then modify the output type to Lambert and re-run PTMender on
JD> the script to create a Lambertian preview image.
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Brian Kernighan -> I'd want a C compiler"
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