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Thinning point records
Source data
Input must be in columns as: [X] for 1D, [X] [Y] for 2D, [X] [Y] [Z] for 3D data. If the last dimension has different units and meaning than X and Y (e.g. means date and time) then it must contain double pecision floating point numbers, which are representing days from the beginning of year 1900 in case of general DateTime format. The last column can contain separate codes for source points and target points. In the last case, target points are thinned around source points. Each record must be in a separate row, column separator can be either space, tab or semicolon, decimal separator can be either point or comma. Lines beginning with a character (field names) are excluded.
Source data format
1D
2D
3D
[X] [Y] [DateTime]
One sample
Two samples
[X] [Y] [code]
Clearance radius
Output retained points only
N direction first
E direction first
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