Digitizing ink graphs back into numerical data ?

BAUER at AIMP.UNA.AC.AT BAUER at AIMP.UNA.AC.AT
Tue Oct 8 12:18:00 EST 1991


>We have some data plots that are only available to us in hardcopy.
>We need to be able to get the raw values of the data into numerical
>format so we can integrate the data into our flight simulator.

 On MSDOS-Machines:
  There are several commercial drawing-programs that feature transformation
 of pixel data into vectorized format. One example is COREL DRAW, which can
 import TIFF images and vectorize them via the AutoTrace function.
  You can then write the stuff into a PostScript-file and try to grab the
 data this way; HPGL might be possible too.
  A supplementary program called COREL TRACE should be able to convert TIFF
 images to EPS-format.

  Aron

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