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Yes, you may use this site for batch processing: Batch Conversions of Latitude/Longitude to Address (Reverse Geocoding) 46.7270,2.5059 = Rue des Varennes, Saint-Amand-Montrond, Cher, Centre, Metropolitan France, 18200, France This site uses MapQuest reverse geocode service. You will have to apply some additional logic to parse out the city/town name ...


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Yes, the results are always sorted by importance according to the code. Consequently limiting the search to one result will return the address with the highest importance.


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What you need to do is a spatial join on the lat/long coordinates and the french postal zones Here is the tutorial http://www.qgistutorials.com/en/docs/performing_spatial_joins.html The GIS DATA... postal zones can be found on this website https://www.data.gouv.fr/en/datasets/correspondances-code-insee-code-postal-idf/ Hope this helps!!


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Check if the data loaded successfully (sometimes a lot of census FTP dowloads fail and the load will continue. You won't know unless you captured that error log and check it). I just ran this query and geocodes perfectly using TIGER 2013. SELECT g.rating, ST_X(g.geomout) As lon, ST_Y(g.geomout) As lat, (addy).address As stno, (addy).streetname As street, ...



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