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I'm not sure how to enforce it for existing polygons, but you could make it work for any future ones that you create. In Project Properties>Default styles>Style Manager, you could create your own default symbol style for "Fill": Edit the Border color's expression and set it to @symbol_color: Lastly, set your new fill style as the default: This will ...


There's currently no out-of-the-box functionality for this in Print Composer. As a work-around, you can add graticules as a separate layer and label their end points, like here: For a full how to, see (Example uses data from


You need to make a spatial points object and then reproject that: library(sp) library(maptools) data(wrld_simpl) wrld_simpl.trans <- spTransform(wrld_simpl, CRS = ("+proj=moll +lon_0=0 +x_0=0 +y_0=0")) plot(wrld_simpl.trans, col = 'lightgray')) latitudes <- c(-30, 0, 20, 50) longitudes <- c(-20, 10, 50, 80) Make an SPDF: pts <- ...


No problem for QGIS: Write the coordinates of both points in decimal degrees into a text file: Name East North Tokyo 139.75 35.6667 NewYork -73.96667 40.78333 Load the points file as delimited text Create a aeqd projection on one point using a sphere: +proj=aeqd +lat_0=40.78333 +lon_0=-73.96667 +x_0=0 +y_0=0 +a=6371000 +b=6371000 +units=m +no_defs ...


I dont see any problem with that.


Looks like ESRI decided to define their own projection parameters: There has also been some discussion on the GDAL list recently: I suspect the raster package is applying some ...


Pretty simple. If your values are in 5 foot intervals and your elevation field is a numeric field, you can use a modulus query in the Definition Query to only show those records whose elevation value is even or odd. In your case, you're looking for even numbers. For a Personal Geodatabase, you'd use: [Elevation]/2 MOD 2 For Shapefiles or File ...


Something like 2.00 - 5.00 people/km2 in the layer name or layer description will work just as well. the 2 is enclosed between Superscript tag Read this for more info about format tags available in ArcMap.


fmt has nothing to do with the spacing of legend items. For a detailed description of fmt please see Use C-style String Formatting Commands. Simply paste the following code snippet in your R console to see the differences (pi ~ 3.14): sprintf("%f", pi) sprintf("%.3f", pi) sprintf("%1.0f", pi) sprintf("%5.1f", pi) sprintf("%05.1f", pi) sprintf("%+f", pi) ...

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