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If you can locate a couple of coordinates on your map you can use caltopo.com. convert your PDF to a JPG and upload it to a hosting environment on caltopo.com, zoom to the general area of your map click Add New Layer -> Geospatial Image enter the URL for your image and two reference coordinates right-click on your image which should be overlaid on the map ...


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He can use a command in AutoCAD called ALIGN to geo-reference his existing drawing. He will need to copy in his existing work into the OS dwg you have sent him. He can then select all his work, use and the ALIGN command to line his drawing up with the OS data. This will only work if there are a couple of reference points in his existing drawing that ...


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In QGIS, you might install the QuickMapServices and QuickOSM plugin. From the first, you get an Openstreetmap background, and you can zoom to your area of interest. Then start the QuickOSM plugin, and enter highway for key and primary for value. Hit Run query, and you get only the primary roads, and some points on them (traffic lights etc). You might ...


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I think your problem is that you're trying to save your output in your geodatabase. Change endingP to: endingP = r"C:\Directory\ArcGIS\output.xls" And see if that works.


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To do this is a function of your PDF reader after exporting your map as PDF. Below I am using Adobe Acrobat Reader: right-click in the grey area near the existing tools choose the Marquee Zoom tool to add that to the tools available to you Click on the Marquee Zoom to drag out a rectangle and zoom in. It works just like a Page Zoom In from ArcMap. ...


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It doesn't seem any of the answers above answered the question, even though each may contain some useful information. This could be a memory issue. mxd and df could take up huge memories, especially if any huge datasets are involved. When looping through a lot of mxds to export, promptly clear temporary mxds and dfs would be necessary, such as del mxd ...


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In case anyone else has this question, I found a way at least to export an area (up to 800m x 800m per file) of buildings at once from Google Earth (well, from OSM, which is the source of most of the buildings in GE). I don't know if it takes terrain variations into account (at that resolution, inside a city there probably isn't so much variation anyways): ...


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After some searching, it seems like this has been a 'known' issue/limitation since about 2012, unfortunately. See here: https://geonet.esri.com/thread/60621. The answer suggested some plugins to add the functionality. An alternative for you, is to build your own table every time your script opens. This requires having a template graphic elements for a ...


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I have just replicated the problem, I too am unable to see the table in a page layout if I run the script outside an active mxd. I was using the very latest 10.4, so it appears to be a bug. You would need to contact ESRI directly to log this. I had also tried various combinations of other parameters for ExportToPDF(). Now here is an alternative way... It's ...


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Under Processing toolbox (you need to have it switched to Advanced interface) you can find GRASS command v.out.dxf which with right click on it you can execute as batch process. After that you can select as many layers from open project as you like or browse into directory of your choice. For DXF vector output you only need to set first location and ...


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This Google Earth support page explains how to achieve this. Basically you need to make sure that your imagery is on WGS 1984 projection and follow File>Import steps. You may be asked to create a Super Layer, which will be a KMZ version of your imagery. Another option is to use Layer to KML tool in ArcGIS. You need to be careful as setting the "Output Image ...


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There is now native export into DXF in newer versions of QGIS which allows to export map layers including the labels: More about the functionality can be found here: https://www.qgis.ch/en/projects/dxf-export The DXF export functionality was developed by Jürgen Fischer (Norbit) and Marco Hugentobler (Sourcepole AG). The project was co-financed by SIGE ...


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There is now native export into DXF in newer versions of QGIS which allows to export map layers including the labels: More about the functionality can be found here: https://www.qgis.ch/en/projects/dxf-export The DXF export functionality was developed by Jürgen Fischer (Norbit) and Marco Hugentobler (Sourcepole AG). The project was co-financed by SIGE ...


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Save the style Layer (.qml or sld). Export .dgn to shp. Load your shp. Load style(.qml or .sld) for this shape.


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I've written a python script for this. This is the initial version of the script, so it needs to add certain values manually into the script. I've mentioned that in script. Here it is import math from pyproj import Proj, transform from PIL import Image import glob, os import sys from os import walk from os.path import join, getsize #this function would ...


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Have you tried using Notepad as an in-between-step? After creating your excel file, copy everything in a notepad file, then choose "save as". Make sure that you change the type of file as "All files", then the name of your file must be prompted like "name.csv". (you must use " " for the filename) EDIT: yes, if you copy directly from Excel the data ...


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QGIS has ability to connect to GRASS.Follow the below links to integrate GRASS plugin with QGIS.Add GRASS vector data to QGIS and export into shapefile or any other format. https://docs.qgis.org/2.6/en/docs/user_manual/grass_integration/grass_integration.html http://qgis.spatialthoughts.com/2012/01/setting-up-working-grass-environment-in.html


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You may export to Shapefile with v.out.ogr Example from the doc: v.out.ogr input=lines type=line output=lines.shp


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Try using the the VECTORIZE_BITMAP parameter of ExportToSVG arcpy.mapping.ExportToSVG(mxd, 'd:\\maps\\etages.svg', df, 256*30, 256*30, "", "", "", "VECTORIZE_BITMAP")


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Download administrative boundaries of the spain and portugal from in .shp format from http://www.gadm.org/ you can import the shapefiles into QGIS or another software the filter with query builder to isolate the regions you are interested in QGIS you can install openlayer plugin from the vectors tab select- openstreetmap then select download data points, ...


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The best way to get boundaries of countries, provinces and regions is to use the OSM Boundaries application: https://osm.wno-edv-service.de/boundaries/ Extracting boundaries from generic tools like Overpass Turbo is not always easy, as the boundaries may contain errors and are likely complex multipolygons consisting of many parts. The OSM Boundaries ...


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You could download data directly from Openstreetmap as .osm file, and convert it in QGIS as .kml, since QGIS supports export data as .kml. Alternatively, you could download data from Geofabrik (also openstreeet map data, but country by country, as .gbd/mdb, and in ArcMap, export it as .kml. Also, I would suggest you to use, if you have, shapefiles od Spain ...


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The easiest way to get OpenStreetMap extracts would probably be through Mapzen's Metro Extracts tool here I would suggest exporting it in GeoJSON, then using a tool like ogr2gre (there's an online version here) to convert it to KML. You may also be interested in looking at Overpass Turbo for exporting data from OpenStreetMap.


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The only thing that would change the size of the PNG by that magnitude, assuming your DPI has always been 220, and the vectors are generally similar, would be the page size being larger. 1-4MB is typical for an 8.5"x11" paper, but something larger like 14" x 22" could conceivably generate a PNG around 20MB. If the page size is the same, then I'd try out the ...


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I added aerial imagery from GIS server and created fishnet over the area of interest: I use fishnet as index layer for my data driven pages, making sure the sorting order coincides with record order in fishnet table. I applied script (see below) to travel through pages, export them to temp raster, clip it to PNG raster named after page name. Result shows ...


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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


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I think you can make this raster dataset to export it into other formats like image formats (.tif,.png,.sid) and then, you can add all these images into mosaic dataset and run "manage tile cache" to use as like base map or backfill layer.



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