Thanks so much for the suggestion, I'll definitely do that. Is there a
particular way to save a wordpad/notepad file as a .tps format file? I've
tried to do this before but it kept saving as a .txt file, or would this
Thanks for the help
On 6 November 2017 at 19:44, Guido Rocatti <guidoroca...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Candice,
> I think that maybe you should try to organize both coordinate sets
> directly using notepad or wordpad and saving the file as a .tps format
> file. Doing so, you won't depend on the tpsUtil.
> Also, I understand that you have missing data. You can try and estimate
> those missing landmarks with the *estimate.missing *function of
> the geomorph package for R. It uses thin-plate spline to interpolate
> landmarks, or a linear regression model to predict them (the method
> election is up to you).
> Once you managed to put both sets together and you obtained your missing
> landmarks, you can export your new dataset and open it on MorphoJ.
> Hope this helps somehow.
> Good Luck.
> Guido Rocatti
> Lic. en Antropología.
> División Antropología, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo.
> Universidad Nacional de La Plata.
> de virus. www.avg.com
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