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You did not specify which software you use in your question. Based on some of your other questions you are using ArcGIS in which there are a couple of ways to solve this problem. One would be to use Raster to Polygon to convert your raster to a vector layer. You may then need to merge or dissolve the resulting shapes into a single bounding box which you can ...


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Here is an example of how you can use a SQLITE DB to populate a Feature Class using the arcpy module to ArcGIS and Python. Some assumption I made were: You are using Python You are using the arcpy module You need to create the Feature Class from scratch Note: The SQLITE DB I used in the code below is created during run-time and lives in RAM. As soon as ...


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Just found one right after I posted this. http://www.blm.gov/nm/st/en/prog/more/geographic_sciences/spatial_data_metadata.html Followed the link for "Survey LandNet" which is a download for very detailed survey data.


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As FelixIP said in the comments, the Z values should be in there: the "Z" in the Shape type of "Multipoint ZM" indicates that your layer is z-enabled, so if you did the conversion from .XYZ to Shapefile correctly, your Z values are in there. It's just that Z values don't show up in a feature's attribute table by default, you need to add them manually. You ...



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