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NAME
v.univar - Calculates univariate statistics of vector map features.
Variance and standard deviation is calculated only for points if specified.
KEYWORDS
vector,
statistics,
univariate statistics,
attribute table,
geometry
SYNOPSIS
v.univar
v.univar --help
v.univar [-gewd] map=name [layer=string] [type=string[,string,...]] [column=name] [where=sql_query] [percentile=integer] [--help] [--verbose] [--quiet] [--ui]
Flags:
- -g
- Print the stats in shell script style
- -e
- Calculate extended statistics
- -w
- Weigh by line length or area size
- -d
- Calculate geometric distances instead of attribute statistics
- --help
- Print usage summary
- --verbose
- Verbose module output
- --quiet
- Quiet module output
- --ui
- Force launching GUI dialog
Parameters:
- map=name [required]
- Name of vector map
- Or data source for direct OGR access
- layer=string
- Layer number or name
- Vector features can have category values in different layers. This number determines which layer to use. When used with direct OGR access this is the layer name.
- Default: 1
- type=string[,string,...]
- Input feature type
- Options: point, line, boundary, centroid, area
- Default: point,line,area
- column=name
- Name of attribute column
- where=sql_query
- WHERE conditions of SQL statement without 'where' keyword
- Example: income < 1000 and inhab >= 10000
- percentile=integer
- Percentile to calculate (requires extended statistics flag)
- Options: 0-100
- Default: 90
v.univar calculates univariate statistics on (by default) an attribute
of, or, through the
-d flag on distance between, vector map features.
Attributes are read per feature and per category value. This means that if the
map contains several features with the same category value, the attribute is
read as many times as there are features. On the other hand, if a feature has
more than one category value, each attribute value linked to each of the
category values of the feature is read. For statistics on one attribute
per category value, instead of one attribute per feature and per category,
see
v.db.univar.
Extended statistics (-e) adds median, 1st and 3rd quartiles, and 90th
percentile to the output.
When using the
-d flag, univariate statistics of distances
between vector features are calculated. The distances from all features
to all other features are used. Since the distance from feature A to
feature B is the same like the distance from feature B to feature A,
that distance is considered only once, i.e. all pairwise distances
between features are used. Depending on the selected vector
type, distances are calculated as follows:
- type=point: point distances are considered;
- type=line: line to line distances are considered;
- type=area: not supported, use type=centroid instead (and see
v.distance for calculating distances
between areas)
The example is based on the North Carolina sample dataset:
g.region raster=elevation -p
v.random output=samples npoints=100
v.db.addtable map=samples columns="heights double precision"
v.what.rast map=samples rast=elevation column=heights
v.db.select map=samples
Calculate height attribute statistics:
v.univar -e samples column=heights type=point
number of features with non NULL attribute: 100
number of missing attributes: 0
number of NULL attributes: 0
minimum: 57.2799
maximum: 148.903
range: 91.6235
sum: 10825.6
mean: 108.256
mean of absolute values: 108.256
population standard deviation: 20.2572
population variance: 410.356
population coefficient of variation: 0.187123
sample standard deviation: 20.3593
sample variance: 414.501
kurtosis: -0.856767
skewness: 0.162093
1st quartile: 90.531
median (even number of cells): 106.518
3rd quartile: 126.274
90th percentile: 135.023
Compare to statistics of original raster map:
r.univar -e elevation
total null and non-null cells: 2025000
total null cells: 0
Of the non-null cells:
----------------------
n: 2025000
minimum: 55.5788
maximum: 156.33
range: 100.751
mean: 110.375
mean of absolute values: 110.375
standard deviation: 20.3153
variance: 412.712
variation coefficient: 18.4057 %
sum: 223510266.558102
1st quartile: 94.79
median (even number of cells): 108.88
3rd quartile: 126.792
90th percentile: 138.66
Calculate distance between sampling points statistics:
v.univar -d samples column=heights type=point
number of primitives: 100
number of non zero distances: 4851
number of zero distances: 0
minimum: 69.9038
maximum: 18727.7
range: 18657.8
sum: 3.51907e+07
mean: 7254.33
mean of absolute values: 7254.33
population standard deviation: 3468.53
population variance: 1.20307e+07
population coefficient of variation: 0.478132
sample standard deviation: 3468.89
sample variance: 1.20332e+07
kurtosis: -0.605406
skewness: 0.238688
db.univar,
r.univar,
v.db.univar,
v.neighbors
v.distance
Radim Blazek, ITC-irst
extended by:
Hamish Bowman, University of Otago, New Zealand
Martin Landa
Last changed: $Date: 2017-06-26 07:13:36 -0700 (Mon, 26 Jun 2017) $
SOURCE CODE
Available at: v.univar source code (history)
Note: A new GRASS GIS stable version has been released: GRASS GIS 7.4, available here.
Updated manual page: here
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