The name of your newly defined grid will then appear in the Manage Grid Definitions window.

You may click Edit to change the grid definition, Delete to permanently remove the grid that

you just defined, Add to define a new grid definition, or OK to get back to the Manage Setups

window.

 

4.1.1.2 Shapefile Grid

Shapefiles used to create Shapefile Grid Definitions should be of the ESRI® Shapefile format.

Details on this format can be found at http://downloads.esri.com/support/whitepapers/other_/

shapefile.pdf. Shapefiles used must be unprojected - that is, they should store their geographic

information as decimal degree latitude and longitude values. If your shapefile is already projected,

you will want to use a program like ArcGIS® to reproject the shapefile using the NAD 1983

datum. Finally, any shapefiles used must contain integer fields named Column (or Col) and Row

, and each shape within the shapefile must contain a unique combination of values for these two

fields. These column and row values are used, just as the Column and Row field values in

Regular Grid Definitions, to link the Shapefile Grid Definition with other sources of data, as

discussed in more detail below.

 

 

 

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