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If you have 3D Analyst, this works - for individual polygons: Create a TIN using your polygon Use Add Surface Information with your polygon as input feature class and the corresponding TIN as input surface. Check "SURFACE_AREA" as output property. The 3D area is then added in a new field to your polygon feature class' attribute table. You can automate ...


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I've been trying to get the extrusion to work as well, and the closest thing I've found so far is this: Right click on the layer in qgis, go to Properties, and there should be a 'Globe' section you can play around with. You might need to set the height as 10*z or 10*height or something like that. Again, I've tried applying this to my own dataset but it ...


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Actually, you just needed to check if your browser has WebGL support enabled or not. You can check your browser capability on http://get.webgl.org/ If the page say if your browser doesn't have it. You can install higher version of the browser that support it, or you can update your display driver. It works for me. Hope it's work for you.


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The best way is probably to create a horizontal polygon instead of a sloped one. Whether you want to have it touching the floor at the higher or the lower end (or the center) is your decision. Though I'd recommend to have the shape positioned in a way that the building is partially underground rather than partially flying. When you created the shape to your ...



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