I work with DGN files all the time and occasionally get the same
problem. I usually delete the data from the dgn by using either a
void-clip fence or a select-by-attribute set to "exclude" and delete.
If I wanted to do the same in workbench my first try would be to
define a bounding box around the data I want and use the clipper
transformer to remove the "clipped outside".
Hope this helps,
On Jan 19, 12:23 pm, Daniel <dtm...@gmai...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> This is my first post in the FME forums, so go easy on me ^_^.
> My scenario is that I'm trying to import DGN data into a postgis table
> so that I can do some post processing. While doing this, I realize
> that the data sometimes have outlying data (i'm talking like points
> off the planet) and this not only impacts some of my calculations
> (such as centroid), it also kinda ticks me off...
> So, is there a nice FME transform that can detect and remove outliers?