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Sorry for the long time to answer, I was on vacation. I am using the QGis 2.14 in portuguese, but i'll try to show you the steps with pics bellow. 1- click in save as 2- On the "save window" choose the option "inclui dimensao-z" in english is equal to "include Z data" i think.


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Since you say they have height I am assuming you have a field in your attribute table for Height or Z-Value. You would use the select by expression and assuming your Height Field is named ZVALUE, it would look like this "ZVALUE" > 0 This will select only polygons with a height above 0 (or all polygons with a height value) If you want to export out your ...


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I have done all modules of grass7.0.3 works but nviz7 NO! Could be a PATH problems. The nviz7 command isn't under grass7.0.3 dir!? I found nvzi7.py in the ./qgis/python/plugins/processing/algs/grass7/nviz7.py dir but how could by call!?


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Sewer and Storm Profiles can be created using the ArcGIS for Water Utilities add-in tools. Your network data needs to be in a geometric network (so that it can trace from manhole to manhole). There is a little config required to point the tool at the correct layers and elevation/ID/size fields in those layers (this is easier than the documentation makes it ...


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PointCloudViz - http://www.pointcloudviz.com/ Desktop LiDAR Viewer - http://www.pointcloudviz.com/desktop/index.html Cross-platform: Windows, MacOS X, Ubuntu/LinuxMint, Fedora Smooth visualization: unlimited data size Display LiDAR attributes: RGB, intensity, classification and height Georeferenced image overlay: drape single or multiple rasters, Web ...


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iTowns - https://github.com/iTowns/itowns What is it? iTowns is a web framework written in Javascript/WebGL for visualisation of 3D geographic data allowing precise measurements in 3D. Its first purpose was the visualisation of street view images and terrestrial lidar point cloud. It has then been extended to handle more data types. Supported data types: ...


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When showing the data in 3D using Qgis2threejs, click on SHIFT+s, and a "save as" window will appear. It has limited options as you can see below, but you can change the width and height as desired. The output file will be in PNG format.


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This strongly depends of the data structures you have. I think some voxel reperesentation is required for the kind of diagrams you mention. Perhaps GRASS GIS is a worth a consideration: https://grass.osgeo.org/screenshots/3D/


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Currently the extrusion you are setting in Pro that would go towards publishing a feature service in AGOL is not supported in the scene viewer. You can do this in code with the JS API 4.0(currently in beta, final coming soon!). Check out this blog to help you get started: ...


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It turns out that this was as easy as I expected but had to get help from a pro in order to write the proper rule file. So since my shapefile had height data in the form of an attribute BLDG_HGT I was able to extrude the 2D building footprints dynamically by applying this rule file: /** * File: extrude-rules.cga * Created: 4 Apr 2016 19:28:19 GMT * ...


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For most closed surfaces, you can work out the center (or some point that falls "inside") and use that to determine what is "outside", and what the final direction the normal should take. For irregular solids that have surfaces within their convex hull (like an "E" shape), they need to be broken down into combination of smaller objects (like cubes) for the ...



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