A DuplicateFilter module removes duplicate data points from a point data set. Duplicate data is defined as two or more data points that have nearly identical or identical X, Y, and Z coordinates. The DuplicateFilter has several options for determining which duplicate data point to keep. Once the DuplicateFilter is added, a ScatterPlot module or Gridder module can be attached to further render the data.
To add a DuplicateFilter in Voxler:
- In the Network Manager, right-click on the source data and choose Computational | DuplicateFilter.
- Select the DuplicateFilter in the Network Manager.
- In the Property Manager, click in the field next to Keep to determine which duplicate data to keep.
- In the Property Manager under Tolerance, the X , Y, and Z tolerance can be defined for duplicate points.
Updated March 13, 2018