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You might notice that when you manually change between Data View and Layout view, the scale changes. I would suggest changing to Layout view before you set the scale i.e. something like: mxd.activeView='PAGE_LAYOUT' df.zoomToSelectedFeatures(); df.scale = 2400.0
If you have the option it is much quicker to export to png and then drop the png into Adobe Acrobat and convert from there.
I bump this post. The answer given by Moshii works only if you use a custom version of OpenLayers (the same as here), because in a standard version of OpenLayers 2 such as 2.13, the ONECANVASPERLAYER does not exist in OpenLayers.Layer.Grid, same for useCanvas. The possibility of using canvas for WMS Layer was actually an experimentation as you can read ...
What you need is a general GDAL config option "SQLITE_LIST_ALL_TABLES" You can test what effect it has by comparing these two commands: ogrinfo db.sqlite ogrinfo db.sqlite --config SQLITE_LIST_ALL_TABLES yes The "list all tables" option is listing also such metadata tables which you for sure do not want to export and therefore it is better to explicitly ...
If you want to use time data with the time-related tools in ArcGIS like the Time Slider and animation tools, you need to store your time values differently. Creating one feature per site and adding a new field for each week's data at that site won't work. Instead, you will need to create one new feature for each site for every week. So you will have one ...
QGIS supports DXF through OGR. It's a bit of a minefield, though, as the format isn't clearly defined. Can you export your model in any other format than SketchUp SKP? QGIS is a traditional “2½D” GIS system, so 3D models would be represented as 2D with elevation as an attribute at each node.
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