overlapping problem



  • Overlapping problem.

    I don't understand.

    I have two plots trying to gdrive mine through netdrive, I had to deleete one Burst folder to mine the other without overlapping.

    I inspected the plot files and both are the same.

    Without quotes "2903638921227146731_300409601_59904_59904"

    What the heck do I change?

    2903638921227146731_300459904_59904_59904?



  • @Hitti2 You need to change starting plot for the second plot so they don't overlap. In short if 1st one is 300409601_59904_5990 then second one should start at 300469505
    *Delete 2nd plot file and plot it again changing starting plot to 300469505
    ** http://forums.burst-team.us/topic/5211/plotting-problem/3



  • @Hyzi0 said in overlapping problem:

    @Hitti2 You need to change starting plot for the second plot so they don't overlap. In short if 1st one is 300409601_59904_5990 then second one should start at 300469505
    *Delete 2nd plot file and plot it again changing starting plot to 300469505
    ** http://forums.burst-team.us/topic/5211/plotting-problem/3

    Tried it, still getting overlapping. gah this is driving me nuts.

    Here is a screenshot of both.

    What am I doing wrong?
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  • @Hitti2 You plotted both files again I see.
    Just think of plots like this:
    A_B_C_D
    A - your numeric accout number
    B - You starting plot number
    C - How many plots
    D - I don't remember but maybe smth with ram used :v
    So for your plots to not overlap you need to have A_B_C_D - 1st file and A_B+C_E_F - second file
    Here you should have 2903638921227146731_300459904_59904_59904 - 1st file
    and second file should have 300459904 + 59904 = 300519808
    2903638921227146731_300519808_60480_60480
    In next file once again you need to change starting plot to
    300519808 + 60480 =300580288



  • @Hyzi0 said in overlapping problem:

    @Hitti2 You plotted both files again I see.
    Just think of plots like this:
    A_B_C_D
    A - your numeric accout number
    B - You starting plot number
    C - How many plots
    D - I don't remember but maybe smth with ram used :v
    So for your plots to not overlap you need to have A_B_C_D - 1st file and A_B+C_E_F - second file
    Here you should have 2903638921227146731_300459904_59904_59904 - 1st file
    and second file should have 300459904 + 59904 = 300519808
    2903638921227146731_300519808_60480_60480
    In next file once again you need to change starting plot to
    300519808 + 60480 =300580288

    I am literally lost. I dunno what any of that means.

    What do I do with the two plots i have now?

    #1 Top one
    #2 Bottom one



  • @Hitti2 said in overlapping problem:

    @Hyzi0 said in overlapping problem:

    @Hitti2 You plotted both files again I see.
    Just think of plots like this:
    A_B_C_D
    A - your numeric accout number
    B - You starting plot number
    C - How many plots
    D - I don't remember but maybe smth with ram used :v
    So for your plots to not overlap you need to have A_B_C_D - 1st file and A_B+C_E_F - second file
    Here you should have 2903638921227146731_300459904_59904_59904 - 1st file
    and second file should have 300459904 + 59904 = 300519808
    2903638921227146731_300519808_60480_60480
    In next file once again you need to change starting plot to
    300519808 + 60480 =300580288

    I am literally lost. I dunno what any of that means.

    What do I do with the two plots i have now?

    #1 Top one
    #2 Bottom one

    I got it, thank you!!!!!!!