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I do smomthing like this: canvas = qgis.utils.iface.mapCanvas() fullext = canvas.mapRenderer().fullExtent() f = 64 sx = fullext.xMinimum() sy = fullext.yMinimum() w = fullext.width()/f h = fullext.height()/f fileGrid = open("grid.txt","w") for i in xrange(f): for j in xrange(f): rec = QgsRectangle(sx+i*w,sy+j*h,sx+(i+1)*w,sy+(j+1)*h) s ...
Try Split layer by attributes using the FID field for your splitting
Shapefiles, dependent as they are on dBaseIII-ish features, have all the limitations of dBaseIII: Ten character field names 254-character field width 255 fields/table 4000-byte record limit Limited to day resolution in timestamp fields No support for numeric nulls No support for BLOB, CLOB, NSTRING, or NCLOB In your particular case, you seem to have hit ...
The problem is you wrote PG": And you should write PG:" But you can avoid single quotes too. They shouldn't be necessary. By the way, I'm the developer of the driver. I strongly recommend you to use the last GDAL version from trunk. It includes some great improvements that make the raster fast enough for data visualization in QGIS or MapServer (I'm ...
Because -of GTiff and the quotes may be omitted (there aren't spaces), and double quotes after PG usually goes after the colon (like stated here), it should be: gdal_translate PG:"host=localhost port:5432 dbname=landslide user=postgres password=pass schema=public table=dgm mode=2" test.tiff
generally the output of a classification is an image label which is a grey scale image where each pixel value is an integer which correspond to a class. You can convert this label image to a RGB image, this operation is called color mapping (using a look up table for instance to affect a RGB value for each class value). There is an OTB application called ...
I suggest swapping your search terms to look for tutorials on loading a shapefile into R, rather than exporting a shapefile from ArcGIS into R. This link should get you started.
Ok. I can't find the origin of this problem but I finally reached the final objective through another tool, with the Quantum GIS: 1) open the DXF file with Quantum GIS 2) convert the DXF to Shapefile (right click on the layer > "Save as...") 3) use the Shapefiles to PostgreSQL converter in the menu option: Database > Split > "Import Shapefiles to ...
What about the Export Feature Attribute to ASCII Tool in the Spatial Stats Toolbox? It's available at all license levels.
If you open the attribute table, open an empty excel spreadsheet, Select all or some of the records in the attribute table. to select all the button in upper left gives this pulldown to accomplish that. right click on the left edge (on a box). copy selected. Switch to the spreadsheet. right click in the upper left cell (just one cell) ctrl+V ...
I've never tried exporting something with potentially that much visual data in it from QGIS, but it sounds like it's failing due to the inclusion of the 129 photos (I can only guess as to the total size of them) and you need to separate rendering the corner section of the layout, where those photos reside, from the rest of the map. Try removing those 129 ...
This should be straightforward to do. Make sure that your raster and vector layers are drawing in ArcMap and then use File | Export Map with PDF as your output format.
Thanks for your answer, I found out that the file produced by Grass was fine, I just visualized it wrongly using Windows notepad. When I open it with xemacs, the problem doesn't exist! But still, The file produced by Grass can't be opened by the Flo-2D program, and I still can't figure out why :( Thanks for your support! Chiara
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