Post by pagolfer007 on Feb 18, 2021 12:01:53 GMT -5
I am considering upgrading to TGC 2019. My main reason would be to design my local course. I decided to try to complete the early stages of design to ensure it was possible prior to purchasing and I am glad I did. Using tutorials I was able to get to the portion of the process where you use the tool to process the LIDAR files. After outlining my course and searching for files I found 5. I am not sure how to provide those files in this post so I have provided the course name and address along with the 5 file names. Here is what I ran into. If I included the file named "PA_Statewide_S_2006-2008_006729.laz" with the other files it would give me an memory error. If I used the other 4 files it would return images that did not match no matter what EPSG code I used. I searched Spatial Reference and the headers of the files and tried them all. Any help would be appreciated, I think this would be a great project and very beneficial once completed and I am looking forward to resolving my issues.
You have two different sets of lidar data here and you need to pick and use only one these sets. I'd suggest you use the B2_2017 files since you are missing the other 2006-2008 file for the complete course. Anyway...
Only put these four in your working folder: USGS_LPC_PA_South_Central_B2_2017_18TUL325515_LAS_2019.laz USGS_LPC_PA_South_Central_B2_2017_18TUL325516_LAS_2019.laz USGS_LPC_PA_South_Central_B2_2017_18TUL327515_LAS_2019.laz USGS_LPC_PA_South_Central_B2_2017_18TUL327516_LAS_2019.laz
And force the EPSG code with 6347
Due to the lack of intensity of this lidar data it is very difficult to determine where the golf features are, and I recommend you trace the course in OpenStreetMaps before processing the lidar data so you can properly select and mask the area in chadtools.