5 Information Table

The Information Table displayes different information about the file that is marked within the filetree at the left side of the graphical user interface. The table shows

  • File Information
    • The source file path: The source file path shows where the file is located. If no hard copy has been created within the workspace the path shows where the original imported file is located. If the file is a hardcopy within the workspace the path directs to the folder within the user specific workspace.
    • The target file path: The target file path always directs to the specific folder within the workspace where the file already exists or where it will be created in case a hardcopy is created from the linkage.
    • The NoData Value: The NoData value that is currently set for the file. NoData values can be adjusted through the function ??. set NoData Value.
    • Columns and Rows: The columns and rows show the number of columns and rows of the raster dataset. For connection functions all files that are considered have to show the same number of columns and rows.
    • Cellsize: The cellsize shows the cellsize of the raster dataset in meter. For connection functions all files that are considered have to show the same cellsize.
    • Data Type: The datatype is given as byte, int16 or float32 and refers to the filetype as which the dataset is currently defined. The filetype may change when calculations are made in case a smaller filetype is sufficient to minimize the filesize.
    • Datum: the geodetic datum of the raster data (only displayed if defined)
    • Geographic Coordinate System: the geographic coordinate system of the raster data (only displayed if defined)
    • Projected Coordinate System: the projected coordinate system of the raster data (only displayed if defined)
    • Projection: the projection of the raster data (only displayed if defined)
    • Spheroid: the spheroid of the raster data (only displayed if defined)


    Figure 12Information table part giving general information about the file

  • File Options: This section gives you an overview about option file changer functions that have been addedd and applied to the raster dataset are given.

    Figure 13Information table part giving information about the applied options and settings

  • Connections: Some files may have been calculated by the software from other files e.g. by multiplying two files. This section gives you information about the settings for the calculations and the files that have been included in the calculation to generate the file.

    Figure 14Information table part giving information about the applied connection function and settings

  • File Informations: Here results from information reader functions are displayed such as e.g. the calculated mean value, median value, minimum and maximum value.

    Figure 15Information Table at the middle window displaying the results of the Information Reader Functions