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Try this on a new numeric field def isWrong(shp): try: b=shp.firstPoint.X; return 0 except: return 1 ------------------------- isWrong( !Shape!) and select records with 1. Note you can delete features using tool outside editing session. If the outcome are 0s only, I afraid there something else, not a bad shape.


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If this turns out to be your quota getting in the way, you might try collapsing your geographic fields to a table of UNIQUE departments (frequency analysis), geocoding that (presumably) much smaller dataset, then joining those geocodes back to the larger dataset. I geocoding 170k photos a few years back, but only had 4k unique locations, which was a far more ...


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CartoDB definitely georefs Argentinian provinces, but if departamentos are failing you can get their polygons here: http://www.ign.gob.ar/archivos/sig250/DEPARTAMENTOS.zip. If IGN's licensing allows you can import that to CartoDB, then Edit > Merge with your homicides dataset. Use a column join based on DEPARTAMENTOS zip's fna and your dataset's column ...


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I was hoping to use generated columns to work around this: alter table apb add column geom POINT AS (POINT(lat,lon)) STORED NOT NULL; but get the same error. This does work for plain arithmetic columns: alter table apb add column total int as (lat+lon) STORED NOT NULL; However you can use the former syntax at table creation time and then bulk load. The ...


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As stated by Mapperz there can't be any white spaces or special characters (like ö, ç, etc.) in the software path and input file paths. Here you can find the same issue (and answer) reported in the lists.osgeo.org mailing list. The issue was also brought up in the LAStools mailing list for QGIS 2.0.1 and Ubuntu 14.04. A workaround according to Edgar was to ...


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The problem is detailed in the error, you do not have a adequate spatial analysis license. please see a previous question in gis.stackechange


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I remember that I tried to change the directory for r-scipts in QGIS. I changed it into a location on an external hard drive. I ran QGIS without the hard drive linked to my PC and QGIS produced the same error like yours, Zach. After connecting the hard drive again, QGIS produced no error while starting and I could change the directory to the old path again: ...


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I found the answer somewhere on this forum. Go to control panel - programs (uninstall) and click on ArcMap, then Repair. After repair, everything will work. I think my CC Cleaner changed something in the registry.



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