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The good news is that your data is good. Your file is not displaying correctly in ArcGIS because the spatial index for a shapefile is not updated during editing in QGIS. The comment reply by elrobis has an excellent suggestion to use ogr2ogr to export the file, which should fix the index problem. Simply deleting the spatial index files (.sbn and .sbx) will ...
You can do that with Vector -> Geoprocessing Tools -> Difference of the Menu Mar. Two arbitrary shapefiles overlapped near of Europe area: Difference Tool Window where the input vector layer is big_polygon and the difference layer is small_polygon. The resulting difference polygon:
Holy smokes! That worked. All I did was find/replace the unwanted tags to something that would likely not be a recognized tag, Google Earth ignored those foreign tags, and it worked! Thank you Community.
I tried with Libreoffice, the healthy successor to OpenOffice.org and I noticed that it doesn't support multiline regular expression matching. So if your description is in several lines in nicely formated KML, that regex would only match the ending tag itself. But yours didn't match anything, so double check that you have the regular expression option ...
Do you have an Advanced License? If so, I think you should be able to use the Near or Generate Near Table tool to find the 2 closest pipes to each valve. Then You could join that table back to the Pipes FC based on the FID to bring the diameter fields over.
Try this: Give all point features a unique ID Use Spatial Join to join the point features to the polyline features with these parameters: Target Features: [Polyline Feature Class], Join Features: [Point Feature Class], Join Operation: ONE_TO_MANY. If some line segments that you need to merge do not actually touch a point, use Match Option: CLOSEST Use the ...
This is a very broad question and difficult to answer as the solution will necessarily be complex. In some ways you are describing browser-based GIS. To get started, perhaps check out the following components: Leaflet Draw. A great set of easy to use and extendable tools for drawing and editing polygons on screen through a browser. PostGIS. Using Leaflet ...
Had an ‘Incorrect edit version type' message popup when attempting unversioned edits on feature classes within a feature dataset. The following solution may help out with those that come across the original issue (use with caution): Register the unversioned feature dataset causing trouble as versioned and then immediately unregister as versioned. When ...
Yes, you should be able to select which features you want to use for both layers (I'm using QGIS 2.6.1): Hope this helps!
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