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I'm not sure exactly what you need. Do you need a shapefile for the New Delhi, India boundary or a shapefile that includes each town's boundaries? I quickly found the New Delhi, India administrative boundary in OpenStreetMap and the extracted it with a query in overpass-turbo.eu. If you need boundaries for the individual towns I altered the query and ...


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Hi guys I found more updated data in different formats at http://questionbox.in/india-state-district-sub-district-database-in-excel-csv-and-sql-query-format/ Hope that helps.


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I think you should have a look at cshapes it... "provides historical maps of state boundaries and capitals in the post-World War II period". You can download a shapefile and query the data using the fields containing the year to evaluate how country shapes have changed over time. I found this website by first looking on the PennLibraries website.


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In order to locate the Pale of Settlement you need to do a search on http://worldmap.harvard.edu/maps/russianempire Go to Add Layers Search 'Pale' Locate the Pale of Settlement view on the map..


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You could use free and open OpenStreetMap (OSM) data. They are licensed under Open Database License (ODbL). Open this URL for Baden-W├╝rttemberg: http://overpass-api.de/api/interpreter?data=(rel(62611);%3E;);out; and this one for Rhineland-Palatinate: http://overpass-api.de/api/interpreter?data=%28rel%2862341%29;%3E;%29;out; Open the files in Quantum GIS ...


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I've also worked with another company out of Ontario called AGSI. Their database has FSA and LDU boundaries along with address points.


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I was always told that searching, finding, and processing your data [for a GIS project] is 80% of the work. That's the tough part. As a grad student, researching and finding data sources will be a necessary and essential task you'll need to master. That said, you're looking for "open data." Just type in a few combinations of what you're looking for on ...


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Please check below link, it provides municipal (Gminy) level data for Poland http://www.codgik.gov.pl/index.php/darmowe-dane/prg.html


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Get the track and trackpoints by dragging the GPX file into QGIS. But the time seems wrong. It takes 5 second to walk minimum 48 meters? Shown with the two selected points of the first GPX file. How to get to the map image: Open the GPX file in QGIS. Drag it to the map or use the Add Vector Layer button. Turn off visibility of non track layers. Keeping ...


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You can download them directly from the state department for cartography as these are listed as open data. State Departement for Cartography and Geodesy - Open Data


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This page https://osm.wno-edv-service.de/boundaries/ offers you all available boundaries from the openstreetmap project. For the states you mention, it is down to suburb level. Alternatively, http://www.gadm.org/country offers shapefiles down to Landkreis level for Germany.


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You can find them here: Global Administrative Areas They provide free maps even up to community level.


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Have you looked into open street map (https://www.openstreetmap.org)? As far as I understand, they have the most updated vector data (boundaries etc) as it is continuously done on a voluntary basis from around the world.


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Dylan has created the best method to date using soilDB in the R package. New features in the Soil Data Access site will be released soon (July) allowing the use of REST/POST commands to extract data. In addition, new sql commands will be available for point, bounding box, and coordinates using Web Mercator or WGS84 coordinates. Read the Web Services Help ...


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It is the USDA NRCS Soils Database, not USGS. And, yes, you can obtain the entire dataset, both spatial and attribute. NRCS Website This site provides the Ordering Information for the Soil Data Mart database. The SDM is the publication database used by the various web portals. However, the SDM database is more than you will need and it is best to ...


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Geocoding is generally unavailable for synced datasets in CartoDB, because each sync would cost geocoding credits which would end up charging the users an exorbitant amount. However, if you have columns called "latitude" AND "longitude", "city" or "IP addresses" your georeferencing will be done automatically upon each sync. Maybe that could be a workaround ...


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for the OSM query, this will get you pretty far: [out:json][timeout:50]; area[int_name="Iran"][boundary="administrative"]->.a; (node["place"]["name"](area.a); ); out body; >; out skel qt; I got 13220 nodes returned this way via Overpass Turbo. You could also do the same things for ways or relations, and/or modify the key query (such as using ...


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Clicking through on the links from the Rural definition pdf eventually gets you to here: http://www.ons.gov.uk/ons/guide-method/geography/products/index.html Where you can download the 2001 and 2011 definitions at a variety of resolutions... In response to Mapparz suggestion - I'd be tempted to use the OA level Rural-Urban geography in conjunction with the ...


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You can get daily data at 25km resolution from the NSIDC, here using R. I always prefer to go back to the rawest data possible, and derive my own metrics. It's just a straightforward binary format but not many systems read it with full understanding of the spatial and temporal metadata. The daily files are understanded by raster. ## daily file, 0.3 Mb ...


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The 3D Analyst Land XML to TIN tool did work when I run the toolbox tool itself rather than a command from the Python window. Must have had the parameters wrong.


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First, check your script against a directory with one mxd and one layer, to make sure that the problem isn't something in the part of your script that you didn't post. Next, you need to modify your script to test for more "layer.supports" properties besides "dataSource". I use the version below: for lyr in lyrList: dType = "UNK" ...


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Perhaps http://openplaques.org. You can obtain address, coordinates and details on the cleanliness of the original geocoding for many of the plaques. Not a very even geographical or language distribution, and also slightly odd addresses in general, but it's an interesting dataset to use.


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To find any spatial datasets for Europe, one resource you should at least look at is the INSPIRE geoportal I found 350 results for the term Aquaculture using the discovery tool



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