source: trunk/anuga_core/source/anuga/utilities/mainland_only.lic @ 7876

Last change on this file since 7876 was 7276, checked in by ole, 15 years ago

Merged numpy branch back into the trunk.

In ~/sandpit/anuga/anuga_core/source
svn merge -r 6246:HEAD ../../branches/numpy .

In ~/sandpit/anuga/anuga_validation
svn merge -r 6417:HEAD ../branches/numpy_anuga_validation .

In ~/sandpit/anuga/misc
svn merge -r 6809:HEAD ../branches/numpy_misc .

For all merges, I used numpy version where conflicts existed

The suites (in source/anuga) and passed using Python2.5 with numpy on my Ubuntu Linux box.

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1<?xml version='1.0' encoding='iso-8859-1'?>
3  <metadata>
4    <author>Ole Nielsen</author>
5  </metadata>
6  <datafile>
7    <filename>mainland_only.csv</filename>
8    <checksum>1002859807</checksum>
9    <publishable>Yes</publishable>
10    <accountable>Ole Nielsen</accountable>
11    <source>Geoscience Australia</source>
12    <IP_owner>Geoscience Australia</IP_owner>
13    <IP_info>This is a polygon comprising easting and northing locations
14    roughly tracing parts of the coastline at Dampier WA as well as a small
15    arbitrary area inland.
17    The data was obtained by subsampling the digitized coastline by a factor
18    of 10 making it a very rough approximation.
19    It is used with a unit test in as an example of
20    a convoluted polygon to test the functionality
21    in ANUGA to specifically set the onshore initial condition in a
22    tsunami scenario.
24    The original coastline was derived from Maritime Boundaries which
25    is a public dataset but some of it was modified using a digitised
26    coastline from a Landgate supplied image.
28    However, after decimation, this dataset is obscured and does not provide
29    a usable coastline. As such it does not infringe on Landgate's IP.
30    </IP_info>
31  </datafile>
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