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how to remove a point or polygon in shapely python

I want to place minimum number of sensors(circles) to cover a maximum area(polygon). I am using "Shapely",python module. I want to know if a sensor i.e a point buffer inside the range of the other ...
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Adding end nodes to a line

I'm hoping someone can help me here. I have a line feature and what I am trying to achieve is to determine is in which direction the line ends. I understand that this could be achieved with ...
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Iterating over all features in featureclass to intersect them individually with polygon using ArcPy?

I've got a point featureclass, and I'm trying to individually intersect each feature with a polygon featureclass to get some information about which polygon each feature is in. I did one intersect ...
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Intersection of two polyline geometries not returning expected coordinates?

T2B = arcpy.Array([arcpy.Point(1,2),arcpy.Point(-1, -2)]) L2R = arcpy.Array([arcpy.Point(0, 2), arcpy.Point(1, -2)]) L2R_line = arcpy.Polyline(L2R) T2B_line = arcpy.Polyline(T2B) cent = ...
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How to set a minimum point snap distance?

There are two points: A and B. I need to snap any points within a 65 m search radius (blue buffer) of point A. However, the snap distance of B needs to be exactly 5m apart from A (i.e. located ...
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Point to point and point to line [closed]

I have several points. These points are far from some lines. I want to make the following: If two points are closer to each other than the maximum distance of one of these points to the closest ...
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Can I create a cross section from points along a line without using a DEM in QGIS?

I have a set of points perpendicular to a river and would like to present a cross section of them. Like a simple graph in Excell for example, with Z as y axis and distance along the line as the x ...
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Density analysis producing extreme values?

I have point data of gas flares and I am trying to create a simple density raster of those flares. Results are either 0 or in the 100,000-1,000,000 range (when there's 5 to 40 or so points in each ...
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Buffers with Varying Distances around a Set of Points

I have set of points in one shapefile and I have a table with a unique identifier that matches each point. I want to make a buffer around each point, according to the radius that I have specified in ...
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converting random point order into polygons

We received a kml file with polygons but the points are not in a logical sequence and we end up with strange overlapping shapes that are supposed to be an open polygon. We did identify a point near ...
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How to calculate point from lat/long, angle, and distance? [duplicate]

I am trying to calculate the point from a given lat/long, a bearing, and a distance. This is for plotting weather given a aeronautical way point. For example: Given a waypoint with a known ...
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Calculating distances between points two feature datasets

I will do my best to explain my problem. I have two feature datasets. One set has about 100 points that are "city centers." The other dataset has points for each census tract in each of these 100 ...
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Export a large raster to a comma or tab delimited text file in ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop

I have a large raster with multiple attributes in 200-meter cells, and I would like to export this to a tab or comma delimited file which contains the X,Y coordinates and all of the attributes. If ...
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How do you hide a feature within a point layer?

I know this is basic, but for the life of me I can not remember how to hide/disable a specific feature point within a point layer. This seems like it should be a 2-3 click solution, but working with ...
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Can't zoom to feature from Datagrid with ArcGIS API for JavaScript

I have a find task in my application that returns features that are points, lines and polygons. I can get the search to populate the datagrid but I am having problems with my onRowClickHandler ...
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Spike finder in PostGIS

I tried to modify spikeRemover from Schmidt & Krüger. My goal it's to obtain, for each polygon, the position of the spikes. I don't need to remove it. For some reason, that I can't figure out, my ...
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Change points to polygon

I have a map which has one data point per zip code. I would like to change those points to zip code polygons. Any ideas on how to go about it?
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Use python to execute GRASS module v.distance

I have successfully use python script to import a line shapefile and a point shapefile into GRASS, and the following are their attribute table in QGIS, line shapefile point shapefile Now I want ...
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Get points along a polyline at defined distance c#

I need to store into my array the points along the polyline at each defined distance. Example: The Polyline length is 50m, I set the interval to 5m. I have to store in the array all the points along ...
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Extracting outtermost points from a irregular grid of points

Good day to all, I am using Arcmap 9.3, and would like to remove all points inside an irregularly placed grid, except the outermost (boundary) points. For example, I would like to keep the black ...
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Project point to map with Arcpy using GPS Coordinates

I am trying to create a new layer with just a single point using arcpy. All that is provided is a gps lat and long. It seems like it should be a simple problem but I just can't get it to work. I've ...
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GRASS GIS v.in.ply

I'm trying to import a .ply file from MeshLab 1.33 into GRASS GIS 7.0 using v.in.ply addon, but I get the error message: ERROR: List index must be integer, is uchar This appears to be referring to ...
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Extract address data / Query point in administrative boundary

I try to create a DB in postgreSQL with all the postal adress data for a specific country. Actually I have this table full of data: id integer NOT NULL DEFAULT nextval('plz_id_seq'::regclass), ...
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How to automatically draw lines with a given angle from one single point in qgis 1.8?

I'm new to qgis so please be patient. I need to draw a bundle of lines all originating from the same point and with a 10° angle between each line (e.g. lines bearing at 0,10,20 ..90..110..220..350). I ...
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Determining if polygon contains point to populate point's field with polygon's name using arcpy.da?

Am trying to check if the points in a point shapefile are contained within a polygon shapefile and if so, to populate a field in the point shapefile with the name of the polygon and to populate the ...
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Is there a “Disperse Markers” tool for QGIS?

I am using ArcGIS, but either I would like to use QGIS and maybe want to switch completely later. A have a point overlapping problem, as a result of geocoding of addresses. I have not found any ...
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How do i snap points to crossroads using ArcGIS 10.2?

I have some points (370 points) in a layer . These points must snap to crossroad layer . I could'nt find any tools in arcmap to snap points to crossroad layer. Is there any way to snap these points to ...
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PyQgis: How can I “append” features to a Vector Layer instead of “stacking” them?

As I read data from a text file and add points to a QgsVectorLayer (as well as related attributes), each new record gets 'stacked' on top of the previous one in the Attribute Table (and within the ...
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Authoring map with advanced gradient symbol for ArcGIS web service?

I need to prepare a web service which will display the gradient of polygon points values. It has to look just like in this picture: link to the picture (please ignore the arrows). Each polygon is ...
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I have a table with a series of lat/long points - how do I convert them into polygons?

I have an Excel sheet with about 150 points (lat and long in decimal degrees) which belong to about 15 different polygons. The columns I have are FID, NAME (the same between polygons), POINTS (points ...
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Where are the settings that control when clustering starts and stops?

We have a SDE set up on a SQL Server and we're using the Silverlight API. Our layer has buildings on it. The flare clustering and large clusters show when the map is opened and the actual buildings ...
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How to show coincident point with different symbology in webgis?

our team have develop an webgis using ArcGIS silverlight API 3.1 .we have some points in database.These points are save in a table in sql server 2008R2 not in Geodatabase.The points have same ...
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Multiply point values by raster values

I have a point shapefile containing elevation values in the id field. The shapefile is overlaying a raster layer of the topographical slope. Is it possible to multiply the elevation value of each ...
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How to identify concentrated areas with multiple point values to produce a “heat map” appearance

I have roughly 1.6 million points statewide with values ranging from 1 - 4. I'm looking to identify concentrations of points based on their values (1,2,3,4). I know there are several different routes ...
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How to compare multiple spatial point patterns over a polygon

I have multiple point pattern distributions over the same region/polygon. Each point pattern distribution has different number of points. Here is an example of two spatial point patterns for the ...
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Produce line from components, length and angle

I have a CSV file, or point data file which includes information about line vectors which I have previously calculated. This file is outlined as such: x, y, dx, dy, length, angle(east_from_north) ...
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Generating points from chainage and offset

I have a polyline layer and an external csv containing road sign data. The csv has unique ID of the polyline, chainage along each unique segment and an offset. I have access to ArcGIS, MapInfo and ...
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How to move points to another polygon based on attribute?

I have a point layer and a grid cell/fishnet layer. Each point falls within a grid cell. Now I want to move some of the points to another (the nearest) grid cell based on an attribute that exists in ...
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Splitting polyline by points using ArcGIS 10.2 for Desktop?

I have a layer containing a curved polyline and I would like to split it at multiple point locations, which I have in another layer. In ArcGIS 10.2, I can do this with the tool "Split Line at Point". ...
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Statistics on matching point layers ignoring nodata values in QGIS

I have a large area and a street crossing this area. Both are vector point layers in QGIS. The large area contains -99 as NoData value. I already created the intersection of both as a new layer. I ...
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How to convert a point layer to a raster grid that shows the frequency of points per cell in QGIS

I have a point layer that shows the distribution of a species. Is it possible in QGIS to convert this point layer to a raster grid in which the value of each cell corresponds with the amount of points ...
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QGIS hides few graduated points after reopening project

I have a strange problem in QGIS 2.2 (problem is also present in QGIS 2.1). When I add a point (shapefile) layer, apply graduated style and change point size, everything looks fine. Then I save ...
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Split polygon into four with respect to single point

Some days ago one of my colleague came to ask me a query related to Geometries. The situation is as....There is one Polygon(suppose a city polygon) and there is one point(suppose user's current ...
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Split a line feature using nearby points

I have a line shapefile and a point shapefile, and the line has its own segments and its attribute table, the point shapefile has points near the line above, not on it and the close ...
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How to analyse point data as covariate for areal data

I have two data sets: a) a set of polygons with areal data variables. b) point measures of various co-variates of interest (note I do not necessarily have a point for each polygon) How do I ...
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Create Random points

I have polygon with an attribute which has numbers populated in it. I would like to create random points for each of the polygon depending on the attribute. How could this be done ??
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Converting Vertices of Polylines and Polygons to Points and Maintain Attributes

I'm pretty sure someone has done this before, but I'm having no luck. I'm using ArcGIS Standard version 10.2.1 and I want to convert all the vertices of a polyline or polygon to points. Essentially, ...
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Find maximum and minimum value of points within a polygon buffer?

I have a series of 500m buffer zones along a polyline. I also have a series of points following the line, each point represents a 10m x 10m cell. I calculated the values of a field in each point known ...
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How can I group Points to make polygon via Python

I have an array of coordinates Point= [lat,long] ListPoint= [[38.203655,-76.113281],[38.10,-76.12],..] I wanna make a polygon that contains all these points ? There is a project developed by ...
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Using Python to create new point location based on various azimuth and distances

I have a feature class with thousands of points. In the same table with these point locations, I have two additional fields. One for azimuth, and one for a length (or distance) to move along that ...