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Simply get the activeview envelope and CenterAt() the point shape you want var point = (IPoint)myItem.Shape; var envelope = theActiveView.Extent; envelope.CenterAt(point); theActiveView.Extent = envelope; theActiveView.Refresh(); That's it !


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To do this you need to define how the co-located features should relate to each other in space. That is their topological relationship in terms of their geometric construction. In ESRI software this is called a topology. I don't think any of the open source projects have this ability yet (I would love to know if they do!). You can work around these type ...


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You can use rgdal to access feature classes in Esri file geodatabases. require(rgdal) # The input file geodatabase fgdb = "C:/path/to/your/filegeodatabase.gdb" # List all feature classes in a file geodatabase subset(ogrDrivers(), grepl("GDB", name)) fc_list = ogrListLayers(fgdb) print(fc_list) # Read the feature class fc = ...


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did you already add and activate a SelectControl? var selectControl = new OpenLayers.Control.SelectFeature(vmarkers, {}); map.addControl(selectControl); selectControl.activate(); http://jsfiddle.net/expedio/kop5qonq/ Apart from that you have one curly bracket too much between your two eventListeners.


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If you want to know basics about the remote sensing, here is the link which might be helful for you, http://grindgis.com/what-is-remote-sensing/know-basics-of-remote-sensing



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