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Trouble joining table in arcgis. Joining field is 'greyed out'

I'm trying to join a shape file with a excel file I converted into a CSV. I had done this before with the same shape file but with a different CSV but this time when I try to select the column it's ...
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Table join with .csv file results in null fields after join

Similar to questions already asked about .dbf files, I'm attempting to join .csv files to a .gdb or shapefile coverage in QGIS. The tables as added to QGIS prior to the join look fine, but after the ...
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Joining shapefile table with csv

So I am having a shapefile with all the world countries. And the table for this shapefile has a column named "Country Name". Each of this entry is unique, meaning, each country takes only 1 row, and ...
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QGIS - How to avoid -2147483648 value from imported CSV?

I am attempting to join a spreadsheet containing all the CIA Factbook Country Comparison Data (many columns) to the existing Natural Earth world countries shapefile. I followd the tutorial here, but ...
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After joining data from csv file to shapefile, why are all values zero in categorized renderer?

I have joined data from a csv file to my shapefile. The attribute table shows a successful join. I have converted the variable of interest to INTEGER. But when I go through Style to categorize the ...
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Join .csv file and .shp of georeferenced points

I have georeferenced a map and saved a selection of some points on the map. These points are cities of departure and arrival and I want to join the .shp with a and excel .csv with the information of ...
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3answers
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Why does QGIS not detect the CSV/DBF column headers?

I am trying to import a csv or dbf into qGIS so I can perform a join on a shapefile. However, qGIS is not detecting the first row as header names. I know I've done similar joins before and there's ...
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How do I avoid text field truncation when saving a table join?

Using QGIS I've joined tabular text data (all in fields of less than 255 characters) to a shapefile via a CSV file. All looks good in the joined table but when I save to a new shapefile to make the ...