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Generally, PDF Maps does try to use the larger of the two referenced data frames on your map for all location functionality. However, we have seen instances where this does not always work correctly, and we are looking into ways to improve this. In the meantime, you will have to remove the georeferencing from one of the data frames so that the location tools ...
From the ogr2ogr docs, use the -nln name option to assign an alternate name to the new layer.
Flow accumulation usually stores very large numbers, because cell value= count of discharging cells. It is unlikely that tif is capable of storing values in this range
gdal_translate needs field called rid. So, we must have rid field. Check this at: st_clip and gdal_translate: "Error browsing database for PostGIS Raster properties" - Why?
I went through this last year, and using the OpenLayers basemaps for print-ready exports does not seem to work. I think its the basemap tiles that are moving, and not your points... I would recommend, and you will love the result in terms of quality as much as what you learned, to follow the steps @underdark has put together here: A guide to ...
You could change your bounding box to the area where the failed tiles are located. Then perform another mini-render. I think you'd have to use a tool like Landez to merge the two mbtile databases. Landez can also render you project's style sheets. That may be another way around your problem. You might want to look at Tobin Bradley's post on using TileMill ...
Raster images will also happen in AI if the layers you export are not shapefiles. For instance if you created a layer from selected features and then tried to export this to AI, it would open in AI as a raster image. To fix this make sure to select data, export data,and save the output feature class as a shapefile.
No, you cannot do that or those sort of tasks in Google Earth. Your best investment would be QGIS. Use the OSGEO Network Installer if you can. The process you will use depends on the format of the map that you propose to overlay. Is it another vector layer? If so, is it a complete polygon or just a line which encloses the area of interest. For a one off ...
Answered as How to perform Raster Reclassification in QGIS? indirectly, but I found it can be done either using the Con (Spatial Analyst) tool (@Aaron), or better using the Reclassify (Spatial Analyst) tool. The "Classify..." button provides the same functionality as in the Layer Symbology dialogue box. Reclassify creates a new raster based on the ...
This could easily be converted into a toolbox script or run directly from the python window in Arcmap. It can be improved by validating the layer name before copying, duplicate naming conventions, drilling into group layers, using different data frames, etc. But this should get you started for a simple TOC: import os, arcpy folder = "path\to\folder" ...
Sure,I understood the problem and only mentioned some complications in general case.But for a simple solution it is possible to write an ArcMap solution(sorry I don't know much about Python/ArcPy so I use C#) which only implements a command button and this button can be dragged into one ArcMap toolbar from ArcMap/Tools/Options. In the Click event of this ...
Use the plugin MMQGIS to export geometry to csv. I just try with your file, it works perfectly.
You can use this simple app to load a shapefile, and then export as X/Y's http://www.qarah.com/shapeviewer/#download
Choose Layer > Save As... with format as CSV. Make sure 'Layer Option', 'GEOMETRY' is set to AS_WKT in the 'Save vector layer as...' window. The first column of the CSV file will now include polygon coordinates.
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