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 ===== Export Data to ENVI-met Format===== ===== Export Data to ENVI-met Format=====
  
-Before you can run your simulation with the model area information from Monde, you will need to convert them to the ENVI-met format. There are two steps that, depending on your layer information. If the layer already contains the information needed for the ENVI-met layers (e.g. your building layer already contains the height information or the surface layer already contains the ENVI-met Surface ID), you can directly export it to a modelling layer. If such information is not yet included in the layer, you will need to classify the attributes first.+Before you can run your simulation with the model area information from Monde, you will need to convert them to the ENVI-met format. There are two steps that, depending on your layer information, might need to be carried out. If the layer already contains the information needed for the ENVI-met layers (e.g. your building layer already contains the height information or the surface layer already contains the ENVI-met Surface ID), you can directly export it to a modelling layer. If such information is not yet included in the layer, you will need to classify the attributes first.
  
 **Classify Attribute** **Classify Attribute**
  
-If you right-click on e.g. a GIS layer and choose "​Classify Attribute...",​ the below dialogue will open up. Here, you can choose source attribute you would like to use to assign the ENVI-met attribute to. You also need to define what type of attribute it it (e.g. surface) and can give your layer a name (1). You can then move the attributes you would like to define from your Attribute List to the list of Attribute Classification Rules on the left-hand side (2). Here, you can open a view of all materials included in the database (3) and assign the respective material (4). When you have repeated this with all attributes, you can click "​Classify Attribute"​ and the allocation will be saved.+If you right-click on e.g. a GIS layer and choose "​Classify Attribute...",​ the below dialogue will open up. Here, you can choose ​source attribute you would like to use to assign the ENVI-met attribute to. You also need to define what type of attribute it is (e.g. surface) and can give your layer a name (1). You then need to move all attributes you would like to define from your Attribute List to the list of Attribute Classification Rules on the left-hand side (2). Here, you can open a view of all materials included in the database (3) and assign the respective material (4). When you have repeated this with all attributes, you can click "​Classify Attribute"​ and the allocation will be saved. You should define all attributes in your list as undefined attributes might otherwise be missing in your model area.