ArcGIS rasters are fabulous things, they are GIS databases that contain all the information about the area you are studying. ArcGIS has a multitude of ways you can manipulate rasters. Sometimes you might want to perform other operations on a raster than those available in ArcGIS.
If you save a raster in the ASCII format then this module will allow you to load it into a 2D list or a list of lists where each list is a row of the matrix the raster represents.
|Bad_TooLong.asc||A File containing too many rows.|
|Bad_tooSkinny.asc||A File containing a row that has too few columns.|
|Bad_TooWide.asc||A File containing a row that has too many columns .|
|Good.asc||A file that is just right|
|ReadAscii.py||The Read Ascii Module|
|readAsciiTest.py||A Test to test the module's functionality|
|tbodineFunctions.py||An sample IOT Router object|
|Tom Bodine's Permutation Generator||A solution to the problem Find all the possible permutations of a given character string.|
|Tom Bodine's clearColRowOnZero||A solution to the problem clear row and column for an array where ever a cell is zero|
|swap2numbers||swap two numbers with out using extra memory|
|Parse_Cisco_hardware_Clock||Breaks out the parts of the hardware clock output using a regular expression|
|nothing||less than nothing|
I created this table of named HTML colors Color Picker, since I find them easier to read than Hexadecimal.