(1) abstract geometry; (2) storing geographic data in projected coordinates; (3) a generic ESRI term for vector features; a class for "geometry" objects.

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v.clean in QGIS Python console

I have tried to use v.clean and v.clean.advanced (by GRASS GIS) within a script in QGIS, and was not able. I followed instructions here:, but was not able to do so. I got message: "No module named ...
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USA MSA/City/County with SImplest Border in JSON

I deal with a lot of poloygon-related JSON representing US places regularly. One thing that could make reading JSON with my eyeballs easier is having a short list of US places whose borders have ...
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Invalid geometry

I'm working on some shapefiles in both ArcGIS 10.2 and QGIS 2.0. I have 3 files which I have cleaned of self intersections in ArcGIS using Repair Geometry. I have also checked for Overlaps using the ...
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How to force geometry type in (WFS) layer in QGIS

I have an external WFS source serving mixed geometry types - in other words, I have no control of the source. When adding the layer QGIS sets the geometry type to line and thus I am unable to style ...
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Geometry conversion problem.Data loss

I was trying to convert a roadnetwork table.Its geometry contains both MULTILINESTRING and LINESTRING.I converted all the MULTILINE string to Linestring using the query update all_india_merge set ...
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Test for polygon orientation

I'm want to merge multiple geometries with Geotools (starting off with one geometry) but the result is a polygon that has a clockwise orientation. This gives a invalid geometry. My code for the merge: ...
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How to get the width and height of a rectangular polygon in PostGIS

I have a table with point features saved in the my PostgreSQL database, and I can run the following query to get the extent of the point features and I turned the extent back into a geometry: SELECT ...
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Difference between 'point' and 'WKSpoint' in ArcGIS

I have to add 3-D points to make a polygon in ArcGIS using VB.NET. I have defined an IpointCollection and want to add points to this. I have options to add 'point' or 'pointcollection' or 'WKSpointz'. ...
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How can I get the circle of a sphere (on Earth ellipsoid) around a point using the Latitude and Longitude?

Specifically finding points along the circle. If possible without converting into Northing/Easting beforehand. I'm looking for the fastest possible way to calculate points in Latitude/Longitude in a ...
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How to offset/displace overlapping lines in a web map?

I have a dataset of points representing a To/From status - something like distribution centres and delivery addresses. When the user clicks on a point I'd like to show the relationships between this ...
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Using Z and M feature geometry to create line graph in ArcPy/Python?

I am a Python (v2.6.5) noob trying to plot a series of 3D polylines into graphs. So far I've come up with: # Import system modules import arcpy, os, sys, string from arcpy import env ...
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Geometry to Shapefile

From importing the shapefile to postgis, its geometry is added to the database postgresql. The question, how can I load the shapefile in the Visual Basic.Net using the geometry in the database ?
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Radius of curvature for curves in road segments for entire road network

I have a road network shapefile for a US state and I am trying to derive the radius of curvature for road segments in this shapefile. I need to be able to perform this task within just a few functions ...
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Adding combined footage to points from the beginning of a line

I'm trying to add the footage of each point from the beginning of the line to the end. There are around 4k vertexes between the two ends that I need to put the footage from the beginning of the line ...
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How to check VALUES from different datasets spatially near with ArcGIS10

I need some suggestions, let's see: I have two heavy polyline datasets, from different sources, so they will never be coincident (it doesn't matter this issue). Both have the same field from which I ...
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SetSpatialFilter worked unexpected when using ogr by python

I am using ogr python binding to read the shapfile, this is the code: ..... bbox="POLYGON ((20.18164062 30.63867188,20.63867188 30.63867188,20.63867188 30.18164062,20.18164062 30.18164062,20.18164062 ...
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file formats to represent georeferenced 3D data

I am looking for an overview of file formats that can store geo-referenced 3D geometries. There are no further requirements such as texture support, etc. I have found the following formats so far and ...
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Locating 0-points multipart polygons using arcpy

By Running this piece of code: import arcpy arcpy.env.workspace = "C:\working\GEODATABASES\\tests.gdb" fcList = arcpy.ListFeatureClasses() for fc in fcList: with arcpy.da.SearchCursor(fc, ...
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How can envelope angle be calculated?

Azure SQL has a hemisphere limitation where it errors on any geography having an envelope angle greater than 90 degrees. My coworker wants to set up some detection in the web server to catch such ...
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Replace Polygon geometry in SDE Database using FME

I'm still trying to wrap my head around using FME and encountering another issue. This is my scenario: I have a master SDE database that i am trying to update using the data from a GDB file. I was ...
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Multilateration Code

I am currently writing some code to do multilateration using TDOA and currently struggling and wondering if anyone has any reference code that can be used as a test case with some sample data that I ...
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SQL Geometry Query similar to Select by Centroid

Does anyone know if it's possible to query SQL geometry by something like 'centroid of polygon'...similar to ArcMap's select by location? I'm using SQL Server 2008 R2 as the DBMS. I have two polygon ...
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Is it possible to get a binary geometry from PostGIS?

PostgreSQL (via C# Npgsql driver) returns geometry column (PostGIS) like a hex string (EWKB as I understand) for this query: SELECT ST_Transform(geometry, 4326) FROM myGeometries; Result (for ...
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How to identify and highlight invalid geometries?

I'm am trying to clean/edit shape files that were created by algorithm in Qgis. My problem is when I try to split some polygons,they have invalid geometry. Is a way to identify these error maybe in a ...
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Prevent self-intersecting loops when exporting polygon layer from ArcSDE to File Geodatabase?

I am using ArcGIS 10.1. The source data is housed in an ArcSDE instance that does not allow self-intersections. When I export this data to a file geodatabase and run check geometry ...
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PostGIS automatically creating geometries after importing using QGIS DB Manager

I have a shapefile consisting of linestrings, in which some of the features have null geometry. Yet, after importing it to PostGIS, using QGIS' DB Manager, a geometry is created for those features ...
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How do you determine how straight a LineString is? [duplicate]

I have a bunch of LINESTRINGs and need to classify them based on how strait they are. My idea is to compare the length of the LINESTRING to the distance between the first and last POINTs. I'm ...
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ogr: what is the advantage of using `geom.Clone()` over `geom`?

What is the advantage of using geom.Clone() over geom? Simple example: geom = link_feat.GetGeometryRef() newfeature.SetGeometry(geom.Clone()) # or newfeature.SetGeometry(geom) ...
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How to split circles in 8 quadrants

I am using ArcGis 9.3 and I need to split a large number of circles in quadrants. The circles corresponde to a 200m buffer of a point layer and, for each point, I need to split the buffer in 8 ...
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Getting geometry of drawing in ArcGIS Server JavaScript API

To me, ArcGIS Help and Online Resources is always full of unneccessay information and missing some important points. For example there are lots of samples for drawing but I couldn't find any thing for ...
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Decimal Degree data erases itself between edit sessions in QGIS

I have a shapefile with point data. I calculate the $x and $y of the points successfully I save the changes and close the edit session. Once I reopen the attribute table, the data after the decimal ...
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Configuring Geoserver to use a specific postgis geometry column as the default

I have a PostGIS table with two geometry columns, both multipolygon but one with SRID 4326, the other 3857. When publishing the table in Geoserver, I realize that Geoserver defaults to using the first ...
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Postgis add Geography to function()?

i was wondering im getting different results when using geography() on different positions within a query. So, whats the most accurate way of forcing geography() over a functions with geometry ...
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PostGIS does not export shortest path to Shapefile

I am trying to draw a bunch of lines overlaying the globe map in a WGS84 projection. To this effect I have created a PostGIS DB with a table that has one column containing linestring data. My problem ...
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How to disable “Simplify geometry” via Python?

After I've loaded a layer from a table in my db I'd like to disable the 'Simplify geometry' (found in Layers/Properties/Rendering) programatically using Python. I've tried several versions of ...
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Merging parcels but keeping Geometry seperate

I am working on updating a parcel layer we received for a project, and I have duplicate parcelID's for parcels and I have been merging these to create 1 parcel as to not have duplicate ID's. My ...
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converting/parsing geojson into com.vividsolutions.jts geometry

Does any has any experience with converting string geojson into com.vividsolutions.jts geometry object (point, polygon, etc). Maybe there is some java library I cannot find. Greets!
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How can i change the geometry of an existing layer?

I work with Qgis, v. 2.0.1. I have a point layer in which I have structures that could be represented as lines or polygons, but at the moment they are represented as a group of points. I know I can ...
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Geometry vs geography for line-to-polygon intersection

I have two WGS84 NAD83 shapefiles, one polygonal, the other containing lines: Geometry: Polygon Feature Count: 1294 Extent: (-79.761059, 44.991143) - (-57.105486, 62.582865) Layer SRS WKT: ...
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Invalid geometry message when using Difference tool

I am using the Vector \ Geoprocessing \ Difference tool to get the resulting area when taking a) current ground disturbance away from b) historic total ground disturbance to give c) what has been ...
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Quickest method for determining which postcode is 2 miles north of original postcode? [duplicate]

What is the Quickest method for determining which postcode is 2 miles north of original postcode? For instant L17. I know how to determine the distance between 2 points as below, but the above ...
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Hard to get my head around, generating average price for houses in each quadrant

I'm able to determine the average price of houses sold in a particular area (like the squares on image below) dependent upon postcode. Although I can generate the average sale price for a particular ...
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Is there an average size for British postcodes?

Is there an average size for British postcodes? Or a method of determining the size for a particular British postcode? Thanks. Considering creating a related program and this would be valuable ...
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Speed drastically reduced when including geometry, is there a way to improve?

-- EDIT: Issue is that the shape files being used are at too small of a precision and way too large, output was 488M total, looking for different source -- I'm having some speed issues with a complex ...
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QGIS 2.2 rendering problems

i have a problem with some geometry. When i run the check geometry validity i get an error coming back that the rings are not closed, so recangular forms that i have surveyed are showing up as ...
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How to determine if an object is a circle

I have a polygon shapefile that consists of many different shaped features. I would like to identify only those shapes that are circles. Is there a way to do this? Is it a calculation I could do in ...
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Getting wrong value for area of geometry using Spatialite?

I am trying to implement a measuring tool on apple maps for IPAD. As a part of that i collect all the touch points on the map into an array and constructing a geometry object from that and then ...
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How do I convert OS coordinates (X and Y) to longitude and latitude coordinates?

How do I convert OS coordinates (X and Y) - Eastings and Northings to longitude and latitude coordinates? For example X and Y below X (Eastings): 347904 Y (Northings): 287484
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How do I figure out the grid references (Eastings and Northings) necessary to create a circular 1 mile radius around one location?

How do I figure out the grid references necessary to create a circular 1 mile radius around one location? For instance: Grid Reference: SO 47904 87484 X (Eastings): 347904 Y (Northings): 287484 ...
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How do I figure out the longitude and latitude coordinates necessary to create a circular 1 mile radius around one location?

How do I figure out the longitude and latitude coordinates necessary to create a circular 1 mile radius around one location? I don't mind how many coordinates that takes. For instance: Latitude = ...