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Messages - andybell

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Using SLAMM / Re: Floating point error
September 19, 2019, 08:13:20 AM
Hi Johnathan,
thanks for the helpful reply.

Yes, the same 10m resolution data set works in 6.0 but not in 6.7
I tried the 2m resolution set in 6.0 and it went to write to disc then crashed...unsurprisingly; they are pretty big files.

I have ordered more memory for the laptop and will try the binary option for both datasets in 6.7 as you advise.

If this doesn't work I will zip up the 10m data for you to diagnose stepwise in 6.7, but that will be my last option knowing how busy you are.
All the best
Andy
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Using SLAMM / Re: Floating point error
September 18, 2019, 11:41:04 AM
Hi,
A further update.
The data works in version 6.0.1 at the 10m resolution level but runs out of memory at the 2m resolution.

It would nice to run 6.7 version to get the carbon module.

Kind regards
Andy
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Using SLAMM / Re: Floating point error
September 18, 2019, 05:44:06 AM
Hi
Just as an update; I used the sample data and the programme works fine. Therefore it is an issue with my data.
The *.ASC files check OK within SLAMM and they load without issue in QGIS and ArcGIS.

Can anyone advise what are the problems within data that might trigger the "Floating Point" error?

Much obliged
Andy
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Using SLAMM / Floating point error
September 17, 2019, 04:01:03 PM
Hi,
I have just installed SLAMM 6.7 on my laptop (8GB Ramm on windows 10)
I am trying to run a model that I have downscaled from 2m to 10m resolution, but get an error when it reaches 6% in reading the site characteristics. The error reads "Invalid Floating Point Operation". The error comes up when the 6% progress is met

Any clues what might cause this?
Many thanks in advance

Andy