Unfortunately, I am a GIS idiot and most of my attempts end in disaster. However, the silver lining to this is that some of them actually look pretty cool, especially when I change the colour scheme from black and white to other colours. Therefore, I have decided to share a few of the more interesting look outputs...this is mainly so I can feel better about wasting hours of my day waiting for commands to execute that produce what amounts to statistical gibberish in picture form.
|This is what happens when you try and make a raster out of topographic data. Pretty, but from what I can tell totally meaningless.|
|This is a digital elevation model of the Yukon (90m resolution). This is not actually garbage and is useful to me for a bunch of reasons that I am still trying to figure out.|
|This is what happens when you enter your DEM into a command and have no idea what it is going to produce.|
|A zoomed in view of the above picture. The area in the the grey box is my field area this summer and Whitehorse is somewhere in the top left.|
|This looks like a scary tree. It is actually drainage into the Pacific Ocean from the northwest corner of BC.|