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apps:monde [2020/04/14 14:47]
enviadmin [World Setup]
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 **Digitizing in Monde** **Digitizing in Monde**
  
-In order to create your own modeling layers in Monde, you can simply add a modelling layer in the Layers tab. Here, you can choose the type of modelling layer you would to digitize (1). These types coincide with the ENVI-met layers buildings, simple and 3D vegetation, surface, point, line, or area source, and receptor.+In order to create your own modeling layers in Monde, you can simply add a modelling layer in the Layers tab. Here, you can choose the type of modelling layer you would like to digitize (1). These types coincide with the ENVI-met layers buildings, simple and 3D vegetation, surface, point, line, or area source, and receptor.
  
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 ===== Export Data to ENVI-met Format===== ===== Export Data to ENVI-met Format=====
  
-Before you can run your simulation with the model area information from Monde, you will need to convert them to the ENVI-met format. There are two steps that, depending on your layer information. If the layer already contains the information needed for the ENVI-met layers (e.g. your building layer already contains the height information or the surface layer already contains the ENVI-met Surface ID), you can directly export it to a modelling layer. If such information is not yet included in the layer, you will need to classify the attributes first.+Before you can run your simulation with the model area information from Monde, you will need to convert them to the ENVI-met format. There are two steps that, depending on your layer information, might need to be carried out. If the layer already contains the information needed for the ENVI-met layers (e.g. your building layer already contains the height information or the surface layer already contains the ENVI-met Surface ID), you can directly export it to a modelling layer. If such information is not yet included in the layer, you will need to classify the attributes first.
  
 **Classify Attribute** **Classify Attribute**
  
-If you right-click on e.g. a GIS layer and choose "Classify Attribute...", the below dialogue will open up. Here, you can choose source attribute you would like to use to assign the ENVI-met attribute to. You also need to define what type of attribute it it (e.g. surface) and can give your layer a name (1). You can then move the attributes you would like to define from your Attribute List to the list of Attribute Classification Rules on the left-hand side (2). Here, you can open a view of all materials included in the database (3) and assign the respective material (4). When you have repeated this with all attributes, you can click "Classify Attribute" and the allocation will be saved.+If you right-click on e.g. a GIS layer and choose "Classify Attribute...", the below dialogue will open up. Here, you can choose source attribute you would like to use to assign the ENVI-met attribute to. You also need to define what type of attribute it is (e.g. surface) and can give your layer a name (1). You then need to move all attributes you would like to define from your Attribute List to the list of Attribute Classification Rules on the left-hand side (2). Here, you can open a view of all materials included in the database (3) and assign the respective material (4). When you have repeated this with all attributes, you can click "Classify Attribute" and the allocation will be saved. You should define all attributes in your list as undefined attributes might otherwise be missing in your model area.