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Yes, there is. its called "Convert format". Go to processing toolbox and run it from there by right click then run as batch processing. UPDATE : put as follow in creation option column: -dsco AltitudeMode=absolute -dsco NameField=Name -dsco DescriptionField=Description For example, in my case will be -dsco AltitudeMode=clampToGround -dsco ...


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I would try to filter by Geometry Type during each conversion. For example, only Lines should be forced into the Line shapefile. I think your examples are Casting Lines to Polygons and Polygons to Lines. The geometry filter should prevent this from happening. Please see the OGR_GEOMETRY example in the OGR_SQL help. http://www.gdal.org/ogr_sql.html


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It's worth noting that the encoding format you are using is Google's Encoded Polyline Algorithm Format. I was also not able to find a tool that converted directly from EPAF to GeoJSON, but I did find a mapbox project on Github that provides the functionality in JavaScript. As you said you are not a coder, I wrapped the functionality into a JSFiddle for you ...


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The answer provided by @UjeIndo seems to be the correct one although I am also unsure how to exactly use the Creation Options. But if you have loaded your shapefiles into QGIS, you could loop through each one and save it as a .kml file specifying the datasourceOptions by using the following in the Python Console: result_path = "path/to/directory/" for layer ...


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Do you mean the Insertion Scale Units? Defining a template file for the DWG writer works as well.


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According to Shapefiles#Create_your_own_shapefiles there is at least one of the various osm2shp softwares written in C#, the osm2shp hosted at google code.


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Check with which version of AutoCAD the DWG file was saved. Generally ArcGIS is not compatible with latest versions of AutoCAD, e.g. 2014, 2015. Try to save the DWG file to an older versions like 2010 or 2011 and then open that file in ArcMap. if changing version of AutoCAD is not working, It is possible that your CAD drawing ( DWG format) have a coordinate ...


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If the service is registered with OpenData, the service's OpenData page will allow you to download the data in a variety of different formats including Shapefiles. Another way to do this would be to query all the features and save the resulting JSON (see sample JavaScript code), then use the JSON to Features geoprocessing tool tool to create a feature class....


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The OpenStreetMap’s French community are maintaining a rather exhaustive and accurate set of maps. Whether you’re a cartographer, a graphic designer or a developer, they’ve made it easy to reuse their work. As a matter of fact, from the OpenStreetMap’s OSM format, they’ve exported the maps to various formats such as Shapefiles, SVG, GeoJSON (to mention a few ...


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I had this same problem. You'd think just changing the units would do it but it doesn't. You need to set the 'displaySystem' option to switch to "American Metric/SAE", aka 'english'. measureControls = { line: new OpenLayers.Control.Measure( OpenLayers.Handler.Path, { persist: true, units:'ft', ...



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