A measure of spatial extent, especially width, height, or length. (See the full wiki for additional meanings.)

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Real-world dimensions of a 3D object in VisualSFM or MeshLab

I have a good-quality, precise 3D scene reconstructed from photographs/video by VisualSFM. All camera parameters, including 3D position and lens details, are known. Now, that the hardest work has ...
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wms with time dimension

I set up a layer with "time" dimension in Geoserver, but I'm having quite a hard time figuring out how to use it... It is a vector layer with some polygons in it. This is my layer configuration for ...
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AutoCAD dimensions units

Not sure if this question belongs (Please tell me if it isn't) I have an AutoCAD drawing that is in centimeters, and every time I insert a dimension, it appears in centimeters (which makes sense ...
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What's the difference between coordinateDimension and spatialDimension?

The OpenGIS standard mentions three methods to query the dimensions of a Geometry: dimension(): the inherent dimension of the geometry: 0 for Point 1 for Curve 2 for Surface coordinateDimension(): ...
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Display Google Maps Polygon Edge Distances in Meters?

How can I achieve this using the Google Maps API? The meters on each side.
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Unable to create Dimension Feature Class

I am trying to create a Dimension feature class within a new geodatabase. I right-click on the geodatabase and select the New, then Feature Class. The New Feature Class window comes up and I can ...
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Calculating the fractal dimension of a line segment

I have a shp file with hundreds of features that represent clipped segments of coastline. Each segment is made up of many vertices (dozens, perhaps even hundreds). (FYI, the segments were created by ...
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ArcScene 2D export

I'm submitting a paper to PlosOne, and have been using ArcScene to produce my 3D mapping. However, I'm struggling to comprehend quite how to meet their image requirements ...
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How can I strip out Z values in PostGIS?

How do I get rid of the Z dimension in PostGIS? Specifically, I have some MultiPolygonZs that I want to copy into another table as MultiPolygons. I don't care about the Z values - it's okay to just ...
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How to change dimension annotation style in ArcMap 10.1?

For some reason, the option to add a "New" or "Import" style is grayed out. I tried creating a different dimension annotation feature class with the style I want, and then copy and pasting the ...
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Select linestrings containing points with duplicating M coordinates in postgis

I have a table of LineStringM geometries. Some of lines have points with same measure (M coordinate). This is a bug in initial data, that I want to clean somehow. So I need to: 1. Select all records, ...
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Conversion from 3 dimension geometry to 2 dimension

I have a Point table in which the geometry column contains both 3 dimension and 2 dimension values.I want to convert this 3 dimensional geometry to 2 dimension.Is there any function in PostGIS? Please ...
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ArcGIS - Dimension Feature problems

I would like to use the Dimension Feature tool in ArcGIS - this button as I want to have a label on every side of some polygons (they are all reasonably simple polygons). When I click on my polygon ...
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PostGIS error reads “Geometry has Z dimension but column does not” [duplicate]

I try to store a polygon in GeoJSON format into my PostGIS table. Both are using the CRS EPSG:3857. This is how the polygon is defined. Note that I put in some whitespace to make it more readable. { ...
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Is there a way of changing reference scale of existing dimension feature class?

I have an existing dimension feature class that I would like to change a reference scale of. Is that possible at all? Or do I have to always create a new one, with desired reference scale, and then ...