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Clustering can help. See https://github.com/SINTEF-9012/PruneCluster Here a 50000 marker example http://sintef-9012.github.io/PruneCluster/examples/realworld.50000.html
Thanks for the help. I think I've got it. To help anyone in the future, what I did was to join the database file with my existing shapefile map. Then i saved the Database file as a .csv with xy geometry. I had to edit the .csv file in excel to make sure the Date Format was correct. Then I saved the .csv file as a shapefile in QGIS because Timemanager only ...
You can use Time Manager Plugin to animate your polygons based on time field. Also you can refer to this answer on how to setup the data to be used in time manager.
Here are some links to content that helps with the two questions I asked: Database vs. file - I found this discussion quite helpful: Database versus Files for Solo Developer (When) should I use a GIS-enabled database? Naming of files: What is a good taxonomy or naming convention for files and folders containing GIS data? Managing large amounts of ...
This is just one fool's opinion. I separate the file types into specific folders. I will have a main Mapping Folder with sub-folders named specifically. Most of the sub-folders will contain data that will be static, or not edited. My main folder will contain files that I usually update frequently. I always have an Archive sub-folder to save files prior to ...
It depends a bit on what your goal is, with Geoserver (and other mapservers) you are in control of your data, as you provide the services. They do not cost anything (beside the infrastructure). But you have to care about the underlying server (hardware or platform as a service and software, security and so on), probably need an Apache/Ils/Nginx whatever ...
The arcpy.env.workspace is used to set the current working directory or current workspace environment from which you can read and write your data. It will not change the default workspace. If you need to change the default working space, check Setting the default geodatabase. Also, check if period "." and "@" in your path can cause a problem or not.
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