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I'm in the process of adding this data on Geocoder.ca (currently added LSD for Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba) - for eg: http://geocoder.ca/?locate=W5M-07-53-30-NE&geoit=GeoCode


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Using openlayers 3, you will have the opportunity to use a series of servers. OSM or photon as usual is of preference (I will personally go for this especially with a limited budget), though using the Mapquest or Google geocoder you will need a key. I will refer you to: https://github.com/jonataswalker/ol3-geocoder. It will be very helpful!


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Since I asked this question QGIS has developed the capacity to do this more simply and easily... (since 2.14 I think)... so I'm returning to answer my own question. Use a QGIS 'Virtual Layer'. Menu: Layer|Add Layer|Add Virtual Layer (or corresponding button) In the image is the add virtual layer dialogue window that appears - in this case I'm working ...


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You can get Ireland from below website : http://download.geonames.org/export/dump/ Ireland prefix is IE Download: http://download.geonames.org/export/dump/IE.zip


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A search postal codes lat long turned up this: https://www.freemaptools.com/download-uk-postcode-lat-lng.htm


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Try setting the SRID like this: ALTER TABLE streets_nordeste ALTER COLUMN geom TYPE geometry(linestring,3857) USING ST_SetSRID(ST_GeometryN(geom, 1),3857);


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After researching for a little while, I found it's possible to view the script syntax after running the tool in ArcMap/ArcCatalog. In result window, right-click to copy as python snippet and view the script with my own data path in the parameter. It will be easier to understand the syntax with your own data. Hope this helps.


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geocode( s, components = { 'country': 'usa' } )


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Full Disclosure: I'm with the company that offers the BAM solution. I have just posted an answer to a different question which may help for the USA only (self-hosting has additional contractual requirements). The quality of the geohash (GPS coordinate) is returned with each lookup. Over time, the quality of the geohash will improve as the data is utilized, ...


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Full Disclosure: I'm with the company that offers the BAM solution below. Asset Location Intelligence, LLC has created the BricksAndMortar(tm) SaaS (Software as a Service), a.k.a. BAM for short, which might be able to be used as a sub-component of a solution for your specific problem space (at the moment, it is USA only expanding to Canada in the next 12 ...


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There doesn't seem to be a solution for this as yet. As a workaround, QGIS will do the geocoding perfectly fine.


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The ellipse and double-quote should not be there and should read as: PSQL=${PGBIN}/psql The ellipse (...) you are seeing is not part of the actual text and is just telling you that there is more data not being shown. Your 'tiger.loader_platform.geocoder' field should end like this for os= 'sh': PSQL=${PGBIN}/psql SHP2PGSQL=${PGBIN}/shp2pgsql cd ${...


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Here at Geocode.Farm, we have the boundary data stored and then use an algorithm that ties to create a square or circle (depending on shape of boundaries). The center is then calculated and that is what we use for the coordinates returned. Disclaimer: I work for Geocode Farm


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You can try out our Free Geocoding API. It sounds like we would be a perfect match for this. Disclaimer: I work for Geocode Farm (the service that I am recommending).


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It sounds like you need to do one of two things: change your process to cache results if you don't get that many that are unique per day; or upgrade to a service that allows you to process more per day As people have mentioned many times, but I have no personal experience with, it would seem that a Google license for 100k per day is about $10k USD per ...


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Our service sourced data from multiple places, some proprietary, some open, and tries to determine the best result. So in this sense, yes, comparing your sources is good. However, if you already use a service that is comparing results constantly, this makes it kind of redundant. If you'd like to see what I mean, try out our free version (access info ...



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