I'm organizing a large amount of data for a project and the data is stored in .csv format, with a code to relate each row to a polygon in a .shp. I was planning on converting the .csv data into .dbf ...
I am trying to making a webpage where the user pans and zooms on a map, and based on the location and zoom level, some data is displayed on the webpage (drawn from another source). The data that will ...
My XY Event Source layer is only displaying at full extent and when I zoom in, the features disappear. If I select a feature in the attribute table, the feature is highlighted. When I see this for a ...
I'm a Remote Sensing PhD student, and as such I have a large number of satellite images that I'm working with. I'm starting to fail to keep track of them all and I have a lot of metadata that I want ...
My company has collected about 30 TBs of GIS data over the past 8 years, and I always find myself asking the following questions: What type of data do we have for a given geographic area? What are ...
I have been reading a lot about it, but I am struggling to find a good beginner's guide. Which tutorials/books do you recommend? My past experience involves python and arcgis. But I have never worked ...
I'm importing data from my OSM file to a postgresql database using osm2pgrouting. I followed everything in from here and it went smoothly, until I try using osm2pgrouting. This is what happens: ...
Is it possible to store geometry objects in a database using the ESRI Silverlight API? For this particular case, the client may have SQL Server 2005 installed instead of 2008 and therefore I can not ...
A couple of days ago I installed the demo of spatialware 4.9 from MapInfo into my SQL Server 2005 install and loaded all the larger dataset into it. I was quite impressed with the performance vs the ...
I have used many relational databases in the past, but I have also read about all NoSQL databases, and the Key-Value stores looks interresting. When I store geometric object I mostly use five indexed ...