NAMEr.category - Manages category values and labels associated with user- specified raster map layers.
SYNOPSISr.category r.category help r.category map=name [cats=range[,range,...]] [vals=float[,float,...]] [fs=character|space|tab] [raster=name] [rules=name] [format=string] [coefficients=mult1,offset1,mult2,offset2] [--verbose] [--quiet] Parameters: map=name Name of input raster map cats=range[,range,...] Category values Example: 1,3,7-9,13 vals=float[,float,...] Comma separated value list Example: 1.4,3.8,13 fs=character|space|tab Output field separator Default: tab raster=name Raster map from which to copy category table rules=name File containing category label rules (or "-" to read from stdin) format=string Default label or format string for dynamic labeling Used when no explicit label exists for the category coefficients=mult1,offset1,mult2,offset2 Dynamic label coefficients Two pairs of category multiplier and offsets, for $1 and $2
DESCRIPTIONr.category prints the category values and labels for the raster map layer specified by map=name to standard output. You can also use it to set category labels for a raster map. The user can specify all needed parameters on the command line, and run the program non-interactively. If the user does not specify any categories (e.g., using the optional cats=range[,range,...] argument), then all the category values and labels for the named raster map layer that occur in the map are printed. The entire map is read using r.describe, to determine which categories occur in the map. If a listing of categories is specified, then the labels for those categories only are printed. The cats may be specified as single category values, or as ranges of values. The user may also (optionally) specify that a field separator other than a space or tab be used to separate the category value from its corresponding category label in the output, by using the fs=character|space|tab option (see example below). If no field separator is specified by the user, a tab is used to separate these fields in the output, by default. The output is sent to standard output in the form of one category per line, with the category value first on the line, then an ASCII TAB character (or whatever single character or space is specified using the fs parameter), then the label for the category.
NOTESAny ASCII TAB characters which may be in the label are replaced by spaces. The output from r.category can be redirected into a file, or piped into another program. Input from a file The rules option allows the user to assign category labels from values found in a file. The label can refer to a single category, range of categories, floating point value, or a range of floating point values. The format is given as follows. cat:Label val1:val2:Label If the filename is given as "-", the category labels are read from stdin Default and dynamic category labels Default and dynamic category labels can be created for categories that are not explicitly labeled. The coefficient line can be followed by explicit category labels which override the format label generation. 0:no data 2: . 5: . ## explicit category labels 7: . explicit labels can be also of the form: 5.5:5:9 label description or 15:30 label description In the format line $1 refers to the value num*5.0+1000 (ie, using the first 2 coefficients) $2 refers to the value num*5.0+1005 (ie, using the last 2 coefficients) $1.2 will print $1 with 2 decimal places. Also, the form $?xxx$yyy$ translates into yyy if the category is 1, xxx otherwise. The $yyy$ is optional. Thus $1 meter$?s will become: 1 meter (for category 1) 2 meters (for category 2), etc. format='Elevation: $1.2 to $2.2 feet' ## Format Statement coefficients="5.0,1000,5.0,1005" ## Coefficients The format and coefficients above would be used to generate the following statement in creation of the format appropriate category string for category "num": sprintf(buff,"Elevation: %.2f to %.2f feet", num*5.0+1000, num*5.0*1005) Note: while both the format and coefficent lines must be present a blank line for the format string will effectively suppress automatic label generation. To use a "$" in the label without triggering the plural test, put "$$" in the format string. Use 'single quotes' when using a "$" on the command line to avoid unwanted shell substitution.
EXAMPLESr.category map=soils prints the values and labels associated with all of the categories in the soils raster map layer; r.category map=soils cats=10,12,15-20 prints only the category values and labels for soils map layer categories 10, 12, and 15 through 20; and r.category map=soils cats=10,20 fs=':' prints the values and labels for soils map layer categories 10 and 20, but uses ":" (instead of a tab) as the character separating the category values from the category values in the output. Example output: 10:Dumps, mine, Cc 20:Kyle clay, KaA Example defining category labels: r.category diseasemap rules=- << EOF 1:potential absence 2:potential presence EOF sets the categoy values 1 and 2 to respective text labels.
TODORespect the fs= field separator setting for input rules.
SEE ALSOUNIX Manual entries for awk and sort r.coin, r.describe, d.what.rast, r.support
AUTHORSMichael Shapiro, U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory Hamish Bowman, University of Otago, New Zealand (label creation options) Last changed: $Date: 2009-02-27 04:00:29 +0100 (Fri, 27 Feb 2009) $ Full index (C) 2003-2010 GRASS Development Team R.CATEGORY(1)