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It is possible to do use. You are able to add additional fields in your search as well as an alternate names table. You will see the bottom three options in the screencap below are for a right and left additional field and also a alternate name table join id. This id field is used if you have table with alternate names (i.e. If a HWY is known as two ...
It seems I found an answer, even though I do not know why. This does NOT work: spatialRef = osr.SpatialReference() spatialRef.ImportFromEPSG(3411) outraster.SetProjection(spatialRef.ExportToWkt() ) outband.FlushCache() However THIS does work: spatialRef = osr.SpatialReference() spatialRef.ImportFromProj4('+proj=stere +lat_0=90 +lat_ts=70 +lon_0=-45 ...
The Spatial Join Tool is easy to use. It is located in the Analysis Toolbox, Overlay Toolset. This tool is available for any license level. To run this tool, select your Point featureclass for the Target_features and select the TIGER street line feature class for the Join_features. The output should be a Point feature class with the TIGER attributes ...
You can also just drag and drop a CSV file right onto the map if you are using Chrome or Firefox. It will automatically geocode the points.
i have found a little similar to the suggestions from geoName server which is open data http://api.geonames.org/search?q=london&maxRows=10&style=SHORT&lang=es&username=demo By changing the style=SHORT parameter we can just get the names with lat long more on Geoname server here http://www.geonames.org/export/geonames-search.html
Photon by komoot is a more modern search engine which supports suggestions. Also, Gisgraphy can help to some extent (can suggest street names if you know the exact city name). There was also imposm-geocoder project, but it seems to be dead.
No, currently Nominatim doesn't support suggestions but this feature is on the todo list. As Nominatim is open source you are welcome to help implementing it.
On ArcGISOnline you can find information on how to add data to the map. It sounds as though you have a spreadsheet with addresses. You can add that as a csv file to your map and it will create the points for you with the addresses. You can also add a file with xy coordinates in the same way. but you will not get address information created doing that. If it ...
We did a comparison of geocoding vendors recently, and came up with this: Yahoo Boss Geo Services 0-10,000 queries/day for $0-$60/day SmartyStreets 10,000 queries/month for $80 EPI Internet Direct (Bing Maps Reseller) - 15000 queries/quarter for $200 MapQuest Enterpise 500,000 queries/year for $5000 geocod.io 2500 geocodes/day (free), $0.001/query after ...
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