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PostGIS Spatial query taking a very long time

I'm trying to return a count of crimes (points) that occur in each police grid (polygons), as well as the geometry data, but the query takes ~22 seconds. This seems oddly high and will be problematic ...
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managing postgresql database table using the pgadminIII sql tool

i have created a database using postgresql 9.1 and a table containing parcel information for a town council database on a windows 7 OS. i created the geometry column using the SELECT ...
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Group Nearest neighbor query in SQL Server 2012 spatial database

I am looking for way to perform GNN query over road networks in SQL Server. Any pointers
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GeoDatabase user access based on administration boundry

I have silverlight application consuming Map service. Now I want to create user login. The scenarion is somethinkg like when a user logs he should only be able to query on data belongs to his area. ...
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How to express not within/inside predicate in spatial database with good performance

In our application we want to express some spatial predicates as objects not within some areas, but unfortunately it has very bad performance. The following SQL is generated by our application: ...
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Which Geodatabase supports SQL and is easily portable?

I want to choose the geodatabase type, which could be: permits direct sql queries. easily portable, because the app would installed in one computer. I know that the personal geodatabase is a good ...
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PostGIS stored procedures

I am wondering if there are open source applications that make extensive uses of the special functions (the ST_* stored procedures) provided by PostGIS? I found many apps that support storing map data ...
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Routing with multiple points

I am using postgreSQL, postGIS and pgrouting. Now I am really confused on how am I going to find the shortest path between multiple points. I know how to find it between two points through dijkstra ...
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SQL Server data modelling + spatial data = what book?

What recommended book can you provide about data modelling for geographical spatial data (geometry) in SQL server?
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Is it possible to run an arcpy execute SQL method without connecting to any database or server?

I want to simply process a layer by writing a tool script in a toolbox without having to connect any database, so I think I may have to set up a workspace environment in ArcMap, but I'm not sure if I ...
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Manifold 'Link drawing to query' - can I do this in QGIS?

Manifold GIS allows the creation of dynamic drawings linked to queries. Unfortunately I do not have access to Manifold as my employer refuses to pay for it, so am currently investigating ...
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Intersecting a raster with a polygon using PostGIS - artefact error

I'm using PostGIS2.0 to do some raster/polygon intersections. I'm having difficulty understanding which operation I should use, and what the quickest way of performing this is. My problem is as ...
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Convert SqlGeometry data from SQL directly to Tiles / PNG file

I would like to know a basic method for 'exporting' SqlGeometry data from SQL Server 2008 to a Tile Server / PNG File generator. I already have a Silverlight Map application which uses a Custom Tile ...
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Beginner PostGIS question: getting geometry from multiple tables

I am very new to PostGIS, PostgreSQL, and SQL in general. I have 44 tables in my PostGIS database, and each one represents a different layer of vector data. Each was loaded from a separate shapefile, ...
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Is it possible to define a No SQL model for spatial data? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there any way I can use a Key-Value store for geospatial data? I read somewhere about No SQL being a solution for large databases management, the kind that google ...