[CIG-SHORT] Why Pylith could not find final slip at some point using spatial database Final slip.
willic3 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 6 18:31:11 PST 2019
I’m not positive, but the nearest neighbor error might have to do with a disagreement between the number of points you’ve provided and the number that it says in your spatialdb.
Are the x, y coordinates you’re using those of the points on the fault itself? If so, what happens if you use x, y, z coordinates instead of just setting z to zero?
p.s. I don’t think these errors are related to grid quality.
> On 7/01/2019, at 12:45 PM, tu xiang <tuxiang2016 at outlook.com> wrote:
> Dear Charles,
> Yes, I tried nearest neighbor interpolation, but it also report errors:
> RuntimeError: basic_string::substr: __pos (which is 11) > this->size() (which is 10).
> I constructed a plane fault embeded into a 3 dimensional domain. I inverted the strike slip and dip slip on the plane fault. Now, I needed to give the inverted slip to the plane fault embeded into the 3 dimensional domain. I gave the x and y coordinates, and set the z coordiante as 0.
> Do you know why it would report these errors? Are these errors maybe related to grid quality?
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