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Day 24, June 26

Posted on June 28, 2013

Today was a long data analysis day. I can feel my eyes bugging out from staring at a computer screen for so long. I have been running different analysis, most of which I have never used before. It never ceases to amaze me just how many different tool are embedded in ArcGIS. I have finally started coming up with an actual product. I have been doing statistical analysis mostly. Calculating average slopes, elevations, orientations, and the like. It’s working out quite neatly. All of the walls are falling within a 100-200m elevation range and a 15-24 degree slope range. I’m very excited to be getting semi-conclusive results. I must admit that I was dubious as to whether or not I actually would. I have so many documents and files on my desktop that you literally cannot fit a single item more. I clearly need to work on my organization skills. Now Arc keeps crashing every time I try to run the aspect tool. I swear I have been looking at this computer for at least twelve hours straight. Bed time now.


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