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Oddly enough, I had a chat last night with a fellow from the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) here in Denver. He said they are doing work in India on wind / renewables but the Indian Gov't will not release the data they need for their work! Just thought I'd share that since I saw this post and had this discussion last night...


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There is an Esri technical article on this subject. This condition is often (unknowingly) created when someone opens a shapefile .dbf file in Excel and makes alterations. Essentially, the article recommends using a Shapefile Repair Tool. Keep in mind that this solution will alter the shapefile, so create a backup.


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Have a look at http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/geography/products/area-classifications/rural-urban-definition-and-la/rural-urban-definition--england-and-wales-/index.html for the official classification.


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After a fixed time for searching I would use the GADM database, copy&paste the levels and territory names to Excel or Access, and try to join both. ADM levels 2 and 3, depending on the country, seem to provide geometry and names to join with.


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This isn't an online, data download link, but I know that the 'Center for Wind Energy technology' had released am 'Indian Wind Atlas' in 2010, which is the most comprehensive (IMHO) report on this issue. Most of the Google hits that you see for this term, are actually using data and maps from this report. You might be able to access this Atlas from some ...


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Second top hit for "solar irradiation data in India" gives this: http://mnre.gov.in/sec/solar-assmnt.htm There's an online map, data files and also contacts you could talk to. They appear to have been part funded by the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory - who I think are the originators of the ArcGIS link you posted.


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I use this free software, Spatial Data Manager. I found that it is the only free software that can load spatial data directly between the major RDBMS. You can filter your data during the export operation. Cheers.


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In the US the Census is the primary source for the street-network files used for geocoding, and as stated in a previous answer you can download these files and do your own matching. The Census does provide batch geocoding and an API and no login or account is required - but you're limited to just 1000 records per batch: ...


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Seeing as the dataset you are dealing with is in the US, you could take a look at the PostGIS Tiger Geocoder. TIGER data is free and is available here. Some work will be required to extract and download the data into a PostGIS database.


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You can hide the admin settings by doing those changes : decompile you apk by using tools like "apk Icon Editor" go to the decompiled temp folder on "C:\Users[your account]\AppData\Local\Temp\apk-icon-editor" choose your default admin options once as you want in "C:\Users[your account]\AppData\Local\Temp\apk-icon-editor\apk\res\xml\admin_preferences.xml" ...


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Here is an excellent source of ports related information: https://portsdb-jsrv.rhcloud.com Currently they provide access to the data via REST API, but I think you may ask about the database dump. There is free and paid option. For basic port information free one is good enough to start.


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this API, return's GeoJson Boundaries for multiple zipcodes. you can easily add it to GoogleMaps,etc.. http://api.reaperfire.com/reaperfire/rest/v1/public/boundary?zipcode=20002,20037&format=geojson googlemap integration example: http://api.reaperfire.com/



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