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How do I edit a table in GRASS? When importing a vector into GRASS from QGIS, all the attributes are lost and I need these to continue with my analysis.

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That is not normal behaviour in my experience. Even where field names start with numbers I notice Grass just prepends an x to the name. So, can you provide any additional information? –  MappaGnosis Aug 8 '13 at 10:13
    
When I import a vector file consisting of a series of points into GRASS from QGIS, all the attributes in the original file are removed. Only one column, named 'Cat' (for category I suppose), remains, and each point is assigned a number. I used GRASS Tools - File management - Import Vector (v.in.ogr.qgis). Shuffling or removing columns does not help. –  Bernie Aug 8 '13 at 11:20

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You can bulk edit tables using the module db.execute with SQL statements. You can edit attributes interactively when you are in 'edit mode' with the module d.what.vect

However, as MappaGnosis correctly mentioned, this is abnormal behaviour. Can you specify the command you used to import the vector?

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