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Add this 2 layers to your map. (Preferably save them to same geodatabase) Organise symbology, colors, map properties. Share this map as service.


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CanMap Address Points Integrate Canada's most comprehensive collection of individual address points into your business application(s) or GPS devices to improve the accuracy of your results. Specifically designed and formatted for easy integration through our OEM content model, CanMap Address Points includes the definitive Canadian address ...


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This might be better as a wiki. In British Columbia, civic addressing is maintained by local governments (ie, municipalities and regional districts). Depending on what your use is for the data, they can often be obtained by simple data requests directly to those local governments if it's not publicly accessible already. The data you get might not be under ...


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I think you're looking for the Postal Conversion Code File. Other companies do provide their own version of it though with other socioeconomic data.


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Use the MMQGIS plugin's "Attributes Join from CSV File" method. I have a shapefile called postcodes with just the postcode attribute, and a CSV file called people.csv with a name and a postcode column. I load the postcode shapefile into QGIS (but not the CSV). Then MMQGIS: Combine: Attributes Join From CSV File and fill the dialog thus: That gives me a ...


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There are some plugins for geocoding in QGIS. Simplest one is GeoCoding, it can also reverse geocode. If you have csv file and want to geocode multiple addresses in one go then I would suggest you to go for MMQGIS, It is a multi-purpose plugin which include geocoding as well. It takes CSV as input. I would suggest you to make your file in such a manner ...


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I suspect that your google SRID may be incorrect. I believe that google geocode results use SRID 4326 (WGS 84). I believe the google uses 3857 for the map display, but outputs the data as 4326.


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Reflecting on your privacy concern, I decide to suggest the following solution. Note that many web services, i.e. API, give access to geocoding data using external codes from plugins in softwares like qgis or from R libraries. One R solution, that I find easy to implement is attached here and based upon the RJSONIO package. Now about the privacy concern. ...


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You might try the plugin MMQGIS, which has geocoding functionality that will output a points shapefile. (You may have to add a COUNTRY column to your XLS file, as well as reproject the output points to your project's CRS.) You could then spatially join the MMQGIS points with building shapefiles you already have.


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Just now saw your query. You can try following code. On the geocode status check else part, recursively call the same function with a time gap for the lost addresses. function spotPosition(address) { geocoder.geocode({ 'address': address }, function (results, status) { if (status == google.maps.GeocoderStatus.OK) { var ...


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I found that a patch by ESRI is available for this case scenario: EsriĀ® announces the ArcGIS 10.2 (Desktop, Engine) Geocoding with Composite Locator Service Patch. This patch addresses an issue in which ArcGIS Desktop and Engine applications may crash when batch geocoding against a composite locator that is published to ArcGIS Server


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If you don't want to hard code the country list (which I don't recommend, because it changes a lot) use this URL from which you get the 2-letter code and country name in JSON format: annsystem.com/api/getCountry It also includes UN and non-UN member countries. For details and parameters see here: flossk.org/en/blog/country-list-good-all


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By using the street addresses option you'll be able to geocode explicit addresses. Adding a range of blocks won't have the desired result: probably you'll get a null value or a point in the middle of the street. Have you tried searching for a building footprints dataset in the city? Perhaps from there you can get the different geometries for the blocks that ...


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After speaking with ESRI, I learned that having results returned from only a partial street name entry was not possible with a geocoding service in 10.2.2, but new functionality in ArcServer 10.3 does make this possible. This ESRI document lists the new suggestive option for address locators and geocoding services. Fortunately we are moving to 10.3 in the ...



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