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Just to complement @NathanW's great answer, you could split the CSV into multiple CSVs where they each contain all features for every unique projection in your field. You can do this by importing the CSV into QGIS and then from the toolbar: Vector > Data Management Tools > Split Vector Layer... Then choose your "Horizontal Datum" field and the output ...


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Yes you will need a different layer per projection. Each layer can only have one projection in QGIS and QGIS will reproject them together for display.


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Reading the output message of the geoprocessing tool in batch, I realized the batch is not looping as I expected. It seems it loops at each tool in the model for each line in the batch, rather than performing the entire model once and then passing the next line and so on. So, it was sufficient to append an "%n%" to the first output variable ("judete_100_L" ...


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I haven't attempted to run any of my models in batch mode before, but it sounds like something is being held over from the first step. ArcGIS likes to hold on to layers and selections made when tools are run. It is possible that either the feature layer created in step one, or one of the selections created (step two or four) may still be held in memory and ...


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arcpy.Clip_analysis() has 3 required parameters: in_features, clip_features, and out_feature_class. You're only supplying the first two. Additionally, there is no save method for the Result object, as your error message indicates. Instead, you should set outclipfeatture = r"U:\path\to\output.shp" (which will need to be unique for each clip feature) and then ...


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The spatial reference of the tif is not defined. You will need to define it before proceeding with the clip. C:\Users\frogman\Downloads>gdalinfo Hillshade_Wrap.tif Driver: GTiff/GeoTIFF Files: Hillshade_Wrap.tif Size is 9600, 15120 **Coordinate System is ** Origin = (1773760.000000000000000,5897760.000000000000000) Pixel Size = ...


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This task is a bit error-prone, because your CRS look similar. So QGIS might take the wrong one when adding a shapefile to the canvas. Check the assigned custom CRS and layer extent for all layers in every step. The geology shapefile has to be reprojected to the district CRS, and the reprojected geology has to overlap the original district shapefile when ...


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I am not expert in qgis, but I would create a new empty shapefile specifying the same projections of the geology shapefile, then copy the districts geometries into that new shapefile and try clipping again the geology with the new districts in the same CRS. Also, when you do this copy and paste operation (hope it's possible in qgis but I guess it is), make ...



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