AiGIS is a 3D GIS designed for analysis on exploration data of irregular-shaped small bodies. The shape of a target body is represented by a polygon model, and geographic information is associated with polygons of the model. AiGIS can visualize and manipulate the shape model and map data on it.
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Previous releases can be found here.
These data are distributed as a sample. DO NOT use them in your actual scientific research projects.
See below for a detailed description of the dataset for AiGIS.
Preferences on directories for data, saved images, and saved plot data can be set in the Setting Pane at “File>Settings...” Now you don't need to edit the AiGIS preference file (AiGIS.properties).
#Data Name (Appeared on the Map data list) Elevation #Unit (or description) [m] #The Number of Polygons 49152 #Polygon_ID Value (Tab and Space is allowed as delimiter) 1 -3.451888084411621 #Continue for all polygones 2 -3.431725025177002 3 -3.906290054321289 4 -4.018442153930664 5 -4.496425151824951
Sample: nirs_spcmap_051116.txt (NIRS Spectra)
#Name of Map data that the graph map data is associated NIRS_COUNT #Unit (or description) for the X-axis reflectance[-] #Unit (or description) for the Y-axis wavelength[nm] #The Number of Polygons 49152 #_ Values for the X-axis (1st column should be '_') ... _ 2247.88 2224.32 2200.76 2177.20 ... #Polygon_ID Values for the X-axis ... 1 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 ... #Continue for all polygones ... 2 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 0.000000 ...
Minimum contents of the data set directory for AiGIS are as follows:
All items in AiGIS_setting.txt are described in KEY = VALUE style. Multiple VALUES may be assigned in the following format
KEY = VALUE1,VALUE2,VALUE3
Please send your questions and comments to Naru Hirata (firstname.lastname@example.org) or our group mail address (email@example.com).
Hirata N. et al. (2018) AiGIS: A 3D-GIS for Visualization of Map and Shape of Irregular-Shaped Small Bodies, LPS XLIX, Abstract #1849.
Fujii Y. et al. (2007) Visualization Tool for 3D GIS Data, LPS XXXVIII, Abstract #1521.
Hirata N. et al. (2008) A GIS-Oriented Analysis Tool for Irregular Shaped Bodies, LPS XXXIX, Abstract #1584.
AiGIS was originally developed as a research project by students at the University of Aizu.
The project is supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 17K05639, "FY2017-19 Coordination Funds for Promoting AeroSpace Utilizaiton MEXT, Japan", and a collaborative research between JLPEDA/JAXA and the University of Aizu.
Aizu Laboratory, Inc. supports development and maintenance of the software.