It is failing when your 4th column has a 3-digit number (100.01) rather than the 2-digit numbers you show in your screenshot (98.xx).
Your data file is poorly formatted and uses whitespace as a delimiter rather than a , or | or other character. Because of this, when your number grows to 100.01 it eats up one of the spaces that makes the invisible 3rd column....
Yes, of course.
Actually the power of GRASS really shines when you need to perform repetitive tasks in a loop.
The specific answer depends on how your CSV is formatted, what operating system you're working on, and what command shell you prefer. For example:
If I had a CSV that looks like:
You cannot open directly a DGN file in GRASS GIS. You can import it, but before you have to create a location (see: https://grass.osgeo.org/grass76/manuals/helptext.html) with the EPSG code (projection) of your DGN. You may create a new mapset also (beside the PERNAMENT).
After these steps start your GRASS session. You will see two windows. In the Layer ...
You need to create the LOCATION and MAPSET only once, using only one of the files, then import all files into that LOCATION/MAPSET.
In addition, you can do this easily from the command line, using the -e parameter to the grass command. This parameter means "create location and exit". Then you restart GRASS in that LOCATION/MAPSET, and do your import of all ...
I've experienced the following:
First, there are certain structuring choices Grass makes that are different than QGIS does. You may conceptually prefer these choices, and pragmatically if you plan to use Grass functionality extensively in your workflow for a given task, your life will be easier if you use Grass tools and modules and therefore make the ...
After trying many things i was able to find a solution. I used the same line i had tried before
r.in.lidar -e -n -o --overwrite output=Lidar file="C:\Users\XXX\OneDrive - XXX\Projects\XXX\AllLidarFiles.txt" method=min resolution=5 zrange=-1,100 class_filter=2
However, within the text file AllLidarFiles.txt files did not have to have quotes.
This is what i ...