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Is there any tool to derive hypsometric curves from DEM/TIN ?

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Did a little research, found a forum thread here which seems to indicate that ArcGIS spatial analyst extension can do what you require... which is to be expected, really, as that is what it's for.

It really depends (as frax indicated) on whether or not you have access to this software... at the very least, the capability to do this is out there, and knockoff GIS software may be able to perform the same task.

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What software do you have at hand?

I have ArcGIS 9.2, QGIS, GRASS, GAT, TAS
there is an option in TAS but too complicated

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Did a little research, found a forum thread here which seems to indicate that ArcGIS spatial analyst extension can do what you require... which is to be expected, really, as that is what it's for.

It really depends (as frax indicated) on whether or not you have access to this software... at the very least, the capability to do this is out there, and knockoff GIS software may be able to perform the same task.

Thank you

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A combination of R and GRASS as described below:
http://casoilresourc...drupal/node/375

or here:
http://casoilresourc...drupal/node/221

Edited by Sab, 11 September 2011 - 11:33 AM.


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I too have the same problem.. i tried  calhypso an ARCGIS Extension,but it says that parametres are not valid..i dont know what to do.Appreciate any helpful suggestions.Thank you in advance



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I couldnt generate curve using calhypso.. But Arc SWAT helped me to get the data for curve generation.I hope this is helpful for you..






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