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I have search around a little but the only reference I can find to being able to add the factory code as dynamic text is with the Production Mapping - MPS Atlas extension http://resources.arcgis.com/EN/HELP/MAIN/10.2/index.html#//019t0000003z000000


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This characteristic of transparent symbols(resulting in more opaqueness from continuous overlapping) is a feature with Tableau software. increasing transparency will increase it all symbols and not individually to get this result. Another option would be to use cross hatching fill in ArcMap.


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I once saw some important meeting of political leaders on Tv some years ago and they had an amazingly beautiful world-map that was gigantic in size. It was a beautiful orange and blue color and it had almost digital like squares popping out of it with small connecting nodes. Unfortunately I wasn't able to find it online after watching it so I don't have a ...


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First: no, you can't use columns instead of rows. Take a look at how can you transpose columns to rows, it's not difficult and will allow you to animate your data. Second: this answer your question on how can you style Torque bubble sizes. In addition, take a look at CartoDB animated heatmaps support, (tutorial on heatmaps), it might fit your use case.


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maintainer of plugin here - seems the CSV is not formatted correctly. It seems there is something wrong with the header line (some extra characters). Also the dates need to be normalized, all the same format and with the proper zero padding. All these have nothing to do with the plugin, it's just input requirements for dates and csvs. However, there were in ...


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The Exception is occurring when time manager tries to parse the date string but finds a unicode character \u017d (a "Ž" symbol) instead. Is your CSV file formatted correctly ?


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Check the properties of your shape: In 'Symbology' tab under 'Show' you will find the option 'Multiple Attributes', I think is good a way to do it. Establish the 'Value fields' you want to be consider it, after that, under 'Variation by' you must to establish the 'Color Ramp'. Another window will be open and in that one you can select the fields you need to ...


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Since some of your desried projections may have problems with on-the-fly-reprojection, I suggest to create custom CRS for each projection, and save the shapefiles to that under a different name. Then create a new QGIS project, select the custom CRS as project CRS, and add the new shapefile layer. Some CRS might fail if the north or south pole is included.


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It appears to be a truncated Mollweide projection, centred on 160°W. Googling the image gives http://odtmaps.com/detail.asp?product_id=WE-Pac-Rim-32x47rolled, which lists the projection as "Homolographic Equal Area", another name for Mollweide. Generating a Mollweide at 160W using http://kartograph.org/showcase/projections/#mollweide and overlaying gives an ...


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It appears they borrowed the map from here. The projection is listed there as "Homolographic Equal Area".


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In general any map centered on the Pacific is going to show how big it is. The Pacific is objectively large - 30% of Earth's surface. Your map looks like it might be a cut-off Mollweide projection (notice that it not only cuts off Europe and Africa, but also doesn't show the poles or even the northern edges of the northern continents) - the cut-off ...


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Not as stylish, but you could use: PCD Mercator : http://epsg.io/3832 EPSG: 3832 Like produced in QGIS:


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Although it is not exactly what you are asking for, you could have a look at World Vertical Perspective, which will not show the entire world, like a Robinson would, for instance. You have not specified what software you are using, but I once made the following map in ArcGIS: You would have to go into the projection parameters and change the standard ...


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I just had the same issue today in ArcMap 10.3. I tried exporting to jpeg and adjusting many different quality settings but to no avail. Finally, after exhausting all other options I recreated the map document from scratch (I save the most of the layers as .lyr files) and it fixed the problem. It is a problem that is map document specific I guess. The ...


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You'll need to study the renderer in GeoTools which calls the labeling subsystem (https://github.com/geotools/geotools/tree/master/modules/library/render/src/main/java/org/geotools/renderer/label). Before you go too far down that route feel free to write a proposal and discuss it on the developers list.


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I would say this totally depends on the purpose of the data. Is it being used by contractors and construction companies so they don't break anything? Are you maintaining data for the city or municipality? Or are you simply trying to create a pretty map? While I was still in university, I did some work as a temp for a company that was digitizing the ...


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Well, as far as the inset map itself, I would agree with @cl3 answer of "Locator Map". Now, if you're talking about the red box in your image marking the extent of the related map, I don't know if its the academically officially correct term or not, but ArcGIS Desktop software calls it an "Extent Indicator".


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A "locator map" is what I have most commonly heard it referred to as.


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I just gave it a quick try and yes it works: You can assign an id to every feature: function onEachFeature(feature, layer) { // just add this line to your onEachFeature-Function: layer._polygonId = feature.id; // assigning ID to each feature } I wrote two functions for the mouse-enter and mouse-leave event: In the hoverstart-function you ...


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gall peters is the proper map /not some ancient map based on transferring across water to make it easier for ships to travel to and fro that was invented in the 1500s , it is logical to adopt the scientific scale of land and water mass.



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