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In overpass turbo, click on "Wizard", enter tourism=* in the search field and then click on "build and run query" to execute your query. You may of course navigate to your area of interest and hit the "Run" button to re-run the query. For the second part of your question, simply enter the following in the wizard popup: tourism=apartment or tourism=...
This is a common procedure in GIS called joining. Essentially, you are joining some table that does not have a spatial geometric component (usually Excel file, csv, or dbf) to a GIS layer based on a common id field/column. In QGIS you can do this by: Add both non-spatial table and GIS layer to QGIS Right click on the spatial layer in the layer panel and ...
I've done some environmental consultation on that area and the best available resolution for a DEM there is probably the ASTER GDEM 30m. Even then, that data isn't processed/cleaned so you might run into problems with clouds/reflective surfaces giving you false values. The thing with Lidar is that it costs quite a bit of money to produce and while some ...
How hard did you search for this data? Typing nothing more than "pipeline shapefile Nigeria" into google threw this up as the top return...
they have IRIS which a sub division of municipalities INSEE
You can get Ireland from below website : http://download.geonames.org/export/dump/ Ireland prefix is IE Download: http://download.geonames.org/export/dump/IE.zip
You can try the online service by OSM user Wambacher to select different levels of boundaries that are contained in the OpenStreetMap database, and download them by selection in various file formats. (OSM account needed for downloading from that server.) There is no warranty that OSM data is complete in all areas of the world, but give it a try. So the ...
A quick google search yielded this website that seems to collect district information for India, may be a good starting point http://datameet.org/wiki/indiangeospatialdata. Also this website has global administrative boundaries http://www.gadm.org/. MIT also looks like it has a repository, although i'm not certain if its free earth works standford.
Here is one approach to try and find building heights. https://www.developmentseed.org/blog/2014/08/07/processing-lidar-point-cloud/ The idea is to download the open street map building footprints dataset. Got mine from here: http://download.geofabrik.de/ Download lidar data from here: http://earthexplorer.usgs.gov/ Do a spatial join with the lidar ...
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