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For QGIS, see http://hub.qgis.org/projects/quantum-gis/issues For plugins, see http://hub.qgis.org/projects/qgis-user-plugins/issues You need an OSGeo account to fill tickets. After creating that, go to your OSGeo user page. Then you can login to hub.qgis.org with the same user ID.


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This seems to be a bug (see http://hub.qgis.org/issues/9628 - apparently fixed in 2.2.) Possible workaround: I have experienced that when using fields from joined tables (I have tested dbf and csv), the field calculator messes things up when I choose "Create new field". If I change to "Update existing field", things seem to work.


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In QGIS 1.9 you can choose between "Simplified interface" and "Advenced interface" under the SEXTANTE toolbox. Simplified hide all external algorithms, probably this is your problem.


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From our discussion (in comments) it looks like the solution is to: Create a New Model Edit the corrupt model and right-click within it to choose Select All followed by Copy from the context menu Edit new model and right-click within it to choose Paste from the context menu If you have a reproducible procedure to corrupt a model, then I would strongly ...


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What format is the raster in? I am guessing ArcGrid because I didn't see any other download links on that web site. First you are not crazy. I have found that pretty much any thematic raster created outside of Arc is going to open in a greyscale format. Then you will need to either calculate the attribute table or statistics. So that part is pretty ...


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This is actually worse in Arcpy to be honest, and we've struggled for ages to deal with it. We set off processing 400 identical geometries, doing an identical set of processes. It performed the first set in 3 seconds, and the last in 4 minutes, getting progressively slower through the set. When ESRI 'fixed' it in SP1, it introduced new problems, when they ...


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You experience the limitations of the csv driver. Saving as shapefile and working on with that is really the best opportunity. For the data type issue, you can create a csvt file to predefine the data type of the columns: http://www.gdal.org/drv_csv.html http://anitagraser.com/2011/03/07/how-to-specify-data-types-of-csv-columns-for-use-in-qgis/ You have ...


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To get a shapefile with polygons of counties with gaps of your cities polygons use Symetrical difference in Vector -> Geoprocessing Tools. If you want to create new shapefile from both shapefiles (not overlapping) use Union function Vector -> Geoprocessing Tools. Hope this helps you.


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I had a very similar question here: Is there a purge function to remove layers from a qgs file which are not present in the Layers pane? it worked for me and removes the empty layers. Hope it helps.


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I can confirm that the output is wrong. Using QGIS, the reprojected polygon would be: POLYGON ((1008607.2669 934072.252456,1119664.42733 934150.343933,1119791.41667 823552.360893, 1008616.39888 823493.709278, 1008607.2669 934072.252456)) The coordinates have to be positive for the whole of Colombia: But it has nothing to do with the swiss projection ...


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What is the format of your rasters? There is a bug called NIM089383 - The Sample tool fails to produce values in the output table with Esri GRIDs that worked in the previous version. It's solved in 10.2.1. If you can't upgrade and if you use GRID rasters, try converting them to another format.


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Generally you can't just install a patch like that. That is a source code patch and needs to be merged into the source code and then a binary is built. This change has been merged into code already and should be in 2.0. Note: I have noticed this is a Python patch. In that case you are in luck. Save both these files ...



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