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Point cloud tools, open source at http://code.google.com/p/point-cloud-tools/
LAStools! http://rapidlasso.com/lastools/ Super fast LiDAR processing tools (either standalone or as ArcGIS toolbox). They have a las2dem tool which can create output in any of these formats: BIL, ASC, IMG, FLT, XYZ, DTM, TIF, PNG or JPG. Enjoy.
It is very complicated and that's why there are specialized applications as gOcad, for example. I use GRASS GIS because I can build volumes (3D voxels) from surfaces/grids (Help with 3D), even if the surfaces are not "perfect": Application with two layers from El modelado geólogico para un geológo sin recursos o entusiasta: GRASS GIS (y Paraview) (in ...
Realised the best way to go about this was to use the same process I'd used to append the enviro data sources to the depth grid, to append them to the sampled points, namely by doing voronoi polygons from the individual enviro points sources (not required if enviro data sources are polygons), then adding polygon attributes to points as per @Underdark's tip ...
You could have a look at some interpolation techniques like natural nearest neighbor, Inverse distance weightening and Kriging.
I suggest, as @Barbarossa said you try Create Fishnet, however, here is another approach you may like: Imagine you have a grid network like some panels shown here: Use Feature To Point (Data Management) to create the centroids of the polygons/ panels. Make sure the inside option box is checked. Then you should get something like this: Make a copy of your ...
The short answer is UTM grid center is always 500,000 the little 5, big 65 (5|65) on USNG maps indicate 565,000. That is greater than 500,000 so the map is East of the meridian 65,000 meters. The X, Y or Easting, Northing of the UTM grid is laid out as follows. The Y, Northing, 0 is at the equator and is used for the complete zone north and south. The X is ...
I stumbled upon the solution. Instead of composition.addItem(composerMap) the code should read composition.addComposerMap(composerMap)
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