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Providing complete example would be reasonable because of its extent. However, you can obtain example by following these instructions:
Create a file with XML representation of network by copy and paste example
from Example of local geodetic network to a new file.
Note that file should start with
<?xml version="1.0" ?> (no whitespace).
Alternatively you can use existing XML file from collection of sample networks
Then you can convert your XML file (here
to SQL statements by program
(the path depends on your Gama installation).
$ gama-local-xml2sql example_net example_network.xml example_network.sql
Now you have example network (configuration
in the form of SQL
in the file
Another representations you can create and fill SQLite database (for details see Working with SQLite database):
$ sqlite3 examples.db < gama-local-schema.sql $ sqlite3 examples.db < example_network.sql $ sqlite3 examples.db
Once you have SQLite database, you can work with it from SQLite command line. You can get nice output by executing following commands.
sqlite> .mode column sqlite> .nullvalue NULL sqlite> SELECT * FROM gnu_gama_local_configurations; sqlite> SELECT * FROM gnu_gama_local_points; sqlite> SELECT * FROM gnu_gama_local_clusters; sqlite> SELECT * FROM gnu_gama_local_covmat; sqlite> SELECT * FROM gnu_gama_local_obs;
Or you can get database dump (
INSERT statements) by
If it is not enough for you, you can try one of GUI tools for SQLite.
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