(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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QGIS crash when I try print geometry

I do (It`s work): from osgeo import ogr inputds = ogr.Open(r'c:\temp.shp') inputlyr = inputds .GetLayer() for i,feature in enumerate(inputlyr): print i, feature.GetGeometryRef() but when I try ...
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Is it possible to have measurements in centimeter and decimeter in 2D flat (geometry)?

Is it possible to have measurements in centimeter and decimeter in 2D flat (geometry) for ArcGIS?
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Array to Feature Class and XYZ to Table Issues

I am trying export vertices of a line to a point feature class using the code below. I am using ArcGIS 10.2.2 and do not have access to Spatial, 3D, or Network analyst. I used ET GeoWizards to export ...
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Why are my points offset when using the Go to XY tool?

I am creating points in ArcGIS 10.1 to add to a GPS so I can navigate to them in the field. I add my points by editing an empty shapefile created in ArcCatalog. I then Add Field: Lat and Long as ...
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How to save changes in Feature-Geometry with GDAL/OGR and Python? (Segmentation fault)

I have a problem with my code: driver = ogr.GetDriverByName('ESRI Shapefile') dataSource = driver.Open('merge.shp', 0) if dataSource is None: print 'Could not open file' sys.exit(1) layer = ...
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SQL Data: How to draw circles with a radius based on lat/long data in DB

I have a . sqlite file with many columns, two of those columns being lat and long. I've been searching around for a bit now (don't think I want to be using BuildCircleMbr from spatialite?) but I'm ...
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Defining polygons based on thickness maps using ArcGIS for Desktop?

I want to find and create polygons that demarcates three different inflection points in a thickness raster: where the thickness start to increase, where the thickness is at its max and where it starts ...
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Is it possible to draw polygons along Google Maps Polyline?

Web application has option that user draws polyline on Google Map. After he draws it, there is a button 'Add polygons', which should draw polygons along that line, based on some width and height in ...
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Region Geometry and name [closed]

Is there any dataset containing all the regions geometry and name? Example: London - Polygon(......) Thanks
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ST-Links convert Feature Class to DB Table error

I'm using ArcMap with the ST-Links SpatialKit Conversion tool to convert a Feature Class to a DB Table. But I'm getting an error: ERROR: 42601: type modifier is not allowed for type "geometry". I ...
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Convert geography to geometry in H2GIS?

In H2GIS, geometry can be converted to geography with function "ST_Transform" For example: SELECT ST_Transform(ST_GeomFromText( 'POINT(584173 2594514)', 27572), 4326); -- Answer: ...
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How to calculate distances in QGIS field calculator?

So I'm using qgis 2.6.0 and I have a csv (converted into a .shp) with two geometry columns, I want to create a new column with the distance between the two geometry: shot.lat shot.lon haul.lat ...
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Calculating minimum/maximum width for overlay of two polygon strips in ArcGIS or some Opensource GIS

Is there some solution for calculating minimum and maximum width for overlay of two polygon strips? When I clip these strips the result is another strip with variable width about 1 km and 20 km long. ...
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Adding geometry.type circle

I have to amend the following code so that on the map it's possible to draw a second circle graphic as well as a line, polygon and point. I've tried to add an else if statement much like the polygon ...
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What are Definition, Algorithms and Practical Solutions for Concave Hull?

Convex Hull A convex hull of a shape is defined as: In mathematics, the convex hull or convex envelope for a set of points X in a real vector space V is the minimal convex set containing X ...
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Metrics of change between vector datasets

I have an old and a new set of parcel data which I'm looking to compare. I'm looking to compare changes in individual parcel geometries, so boundary/corner adjustment. Currently each parcel we have ...
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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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Use arcpy to check whether feature class geometry has ZM

I am looking for a programmatic way using arcpy to determine whether or not a feature class (FC) has Z and/or M geometry. It's easy enough to get the geometry type using the code below, but this just ...
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Is averaging the points for lines and multilines a valid method of getting the centroid?

I'm working with a SqlGeometry SqlServer DB and am a novice to GIS. I'm tasked with getting the centroid of a series of geometries from C#'s SqlGeometry object. This is fine as it has a GetCentroid ...
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How to import geometry data from csv file to postgres?

I have geometry file in *.xls file, but when I save in *.csv it say "some feature in your workbook might be lost if you save it as CSV (Comma delimited)" however I keep that file anyway and when I ...
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How do I use code (preferably c#) to clip all points within a shapefile that are not contained within a polygon?

So the task is simple: I want to take a point shapefile as input and remove all of the points that are not contained within a polygon. I'm using DotSpatial to do this, but the catch is that there are ...
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Get the vertices on a LineString either side of a point (Sql Server 2008)

I have a point that sits on top of a LineString, both Sql Geometry types. POINT('0.5 0.5') LINESTRING('0 0 NULL 1, 1 1 NULL 1') I want to find the vertices of the LineString that lie either side ...
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Needing to find parent zip code of a bunch of missing zip codes in the US

We're using MapPoint to export zip code / territory combinations. Unfortunately, the export doesn't include PO Box zip codes which mean that we're missing a lot of zip codes The PO Box zip codes are ...
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table update w/ cursor geometry conflict

I'm creating a table using arcpy with a list of results (stored in 2d lists) following an update to some features. This can sometimes include geometry, so I've attempted to substitute those for a ...
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What is the area that OGR extracts from the (geometry) shp files for polygons?

The ESRI July 1998 technical documentation for polygon shapefiles at page 10 makes no mention of either area measures or length measures (apart from byte/record-layout matters). Yet OGR enables me to ...
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Find gap in / endpoints of linestring

I have a set of features of type linestring. I'm trying to polygonise the linestrings and assumed that they were closed (naive me :) ). Of course some were not closed and I'm trying to locate the gaps ...
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Gaps and overlaps appear after cutting a previously topologically clean shapefile?

I'm using QGIS 2.2 and I have a polygon shapefile which was created by someone else. I have managed to get the shapefile to a topologically clean state by running v.clean but when I tried to cut the ...
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Drawing some points in QGIS 2.4 using Python

I'm new to PyQGIS so here goes: Give a new QGIS project, how can we draw some Points on the map? I tried the following but nothing showed up. Should they be placed in a Vector layer before they can ...
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How to store lat/long in PostGIS database? [duplicate]

I have a bunch of points in a text file that are represented using lat long (116.3158516 39.9748016). I import them into my GIS enabled database and create trajectories using st_makeline() as ...
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QGIS : cannot change the z-coordinate of a point shapefile using the wkb geometry format

I am using QGIS Desktop 2.5.0-Master with GDAL/OGR 1.11.0 on a windows 7. I am working on a little pyQGis script that should modify the z-coordinate of points in a vector shapefile based on a value ...
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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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Can variable be set to reference in_memory workspace object in ArcPy?

This is an offshoot question related to a question I posted earlier. I have the following arcpy code that inputs a Python list of polygon geometry objects to the Union_analysis tool, which then ...
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QGIS 2.4.0 doesn't support multiple types of geometry in GML file

I'm testing GML 3.2.1 data according to INSPIRE Data specification (version 3.0). Data for theme Cadastral Parcels shall have both polygon geometry and definition point. When I download data from my ...
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Count the number of points in a (multi)polygon in shapely?

I'm using Python, Shapely and Fiona to process some shapefiles. Is there an easy way to count the number of points in a polygon/multipolygon in Shapely and Fiona?
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how to compare geometries (contains, within) in arcpy?

I am trying to use 2 geometry objects to check if a line is within a (rather complex) polygon. The geometry check always fails, even if the line is clearly within the polygon. I use the following ...
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Add Marker on the polygons' centre using Openlayers?

I have written a code to draw polygon from the WKT format.Now I need to add the marker at its centre. In the following code I have passed the centre and shape in WKT format(extracted from database). ...
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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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Extract longitude latitude and radius from POSTGIS column

I have entered the circle in the Geometry type column (name=shape) in my POSTGIS as following: ST_Buffer(ST_MakePoint($longitude, $latitude)::geography, $radius)::geometry Then I extracted the ...
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PostGIS get geometries within a radius of n meters using WGS84 [duplicate]

select * from zones z where st_intersects(z.geom, st_Buffer(ST_SetSRID(ST_Point(2.336031, 48.863172), 3857),1)); It looks like the 1 in the st_buffer is being interpreted as degrees, I need to find ...
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Is a point within a polygon

I need help in this question. To explain briefly -- the question is: Whether a point with coordinates lng:-80.087535 lat: 42.054246 lies over or under line with coordinates: lng: -80.267831 ... ...
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selecting elements of a specific geometry type in PostgresSQL/PostGIS

I was reading a postgis tutorial and noticed that unlike working with shapefiles, one can actually store different types of geometry in postgres. In a table created with multiple geometry types, the ...
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why do people use geometry to represent geography?

Historically I've mainly worked with simple latitude and longitude coordinates in a SQL Server. I stored them as a geography datatype in SQL Server, and rendered them on a variety of displays ...
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Tools to generate all the possible geometries meeting specific constraints

I have an area = 2d polygon (generally a 4-side shape). I would like to generate all the possible rectangles matching the following constraints: that fall within the surface of the area with a ...
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Set default projection of geometry objects in arcpy

I have a script that creates a polyline geometry from scratch using some math to generate coordinate pairs. At the same time, there is a user-defined polygon shapefile that is used to "erase" the ...
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How to draw polygons from the python console?

I've been visiting and revisiting the page on geometry handling in the PyQGIS Cookbook: https://www.qgis.org/en/docs/pyqgis_developer_cookbook/geometry.html but can't seem to figure out how to get the ...
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Open dataset(s) with centroids or other geometry for WOEIDs?

The Yahoo! GeoPlanet data is available for download but this data only includes the object hierarchies without any associated geometry. Do anyone know if there is an open source for geometry ...
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Multipoint vs point PostGIS

Is it normal to use the geometry type 'multipoint' instead of 'point' knowing that I use it to store only one point. How can I convert from multipoint to point
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Is there a way to eliminate duplicate 'point clusters' in SQL Server 2008 r2 spatial?

I am using the ST.Distance function to identify clusters of geometry data points. Each point has a unique reference number associated with it. I would like to eliminate duplicate clusters from the ...
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Buffering/extrusion of a dem surface

I have a surface representing a DEM and i would like to add it some thickness. If i simply duplicate the surface and translate it down by my thickness, i get non uniform thickness, ie thinner where ...
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Get geometry from OpenLayers.Control.WMSGetFeatureInfo JSON

I need to store the geometry of a certain feature with OpenLayers.Control.WMSGetFeatureInfo and i'm using these parameters to get it in json format output:'features', infoFormat:'application/json', ...