Although many PIEs are available, we describe here five PIEs which can be used by everyone. Other more specific PIEs are listed on the Argus web site.
The shape file PIE now automatically filters .shp files, notifies you of the types of fields stored in a shape file, and automatically creates new layers and parameters into which shapes will be imported with their respective values.
To import a shape file
A PIE named ArrayPIE is available for use within export templates. It offers a one dimensional array which can be initialized, assigned values and return them on call. You can use as many arrays PIEs as you need within an export template, by creating duplicates of the original ArrayPIE. The name by which the PIE will be called from within the export template is the name you give it when you duplicate it. If you want to use more than one such PIE you must have a unique name for each of the Array PIEs.
Calling Functions for Array PIEs
There are four functions which are used to initialize the array, load its members, retrieve them, and dispose the array. The four functions are:
If you wish to use two arrays, you may call the first Array1 (on PC Array1.dll) and the second Array2 (on PC Array2.dll). To use the above calls you should use the syntax (suffix the array name with the function): Array1Init(), Array1Set(), Array1Get(), Array1Dispose() for the first and Array2Init(), Array2Set(), Array2Get(), Array2Dispose() for the second.
The following example initializes a MyArray1 of length 10. While doing so it tests if the Array PIE exists and if the initialization terminated successfully. It then sets values to each of the array members and exports these values.
Interpolator PIEs from SRI
Subterranean Research, Inc. has kindly allowed Argus to distribute its interpolators with the Argus ONE GIS module. If you find these PIEs useful or have any suggestions on how to enhance or improve them, please contact SRI (see address below).
This PIE provides 3 different ways to interpolate data in Argus ONE data layers. The methods and the names by which they are referenced in the Interpolation Method popup menu are:
Contacting Subterranean Research, Inc.
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