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All four of the databases you listed have the capability to support the type of query you're asking about. SQLite and Postgres through extensions (Spatialite & PostGIS respectively), mySQL and MariaDB have some basic GIS support built in natively. As to which to use, it depends on your needs. Personally I go with SQLite for simple in house ...


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as @Andrew-OpenGeoCode mentions- arcpy would provide a programmatic solution. An alternative to a script might be the intersect tool. You should be able to intersect the points and polygons to create a new feature which contains attributes for both features. You could then create 3 new columns and use the field calculator to compare the attributes to check ...


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Im using ArcGis 10.2," to Andrew" , in which layer i should write vba statement/phyton? Could you show me an example? Now im checking admin div by admin div with select by location, it`s a lot of work...i would like to automize this work. Before, i tried transform my second layer to raster and then i used zonal statistic tool. The result of this procedure ...


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It sounds like you have two sets of data. A first set (points) appears to be points-of-interest (POIs) with geographic level information (e.g., 1st admin div, 2nd admin div, populated place, etc). The second set (polygon) are the outline shapes (area) of the administrative divisions. If so, I would do the following: A. Iterate through the set of points. B. ...


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OSM has a very powerful API and the cost is $0.00 per year and $0.00 per year after that. Enterprise use is the same cost. Do you mean ESRI Javascript API? If not you missed ESRI.


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You can translate the first (or any other) band of the grib raster to XYZ format using: gdal_translate -b 1 -of "XYZ" narr-a.gsb narr-a.xyz This gives you the coordinates in the lcc projection used. Then you can load this file as delimited text into QGIS, using field_1 as X and field_2 as Y coordinate, and the following custom CRS (derived from what ...


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After testing the math against the known location parking lot image, I am pretty sure my guess is correct. I found distances between the type of lot in the map image vary in some parking lot code specifications that I located on Google. In a two-way traffic direction, with 60 degree parking stalls, requirements vary from 55 to 62 feet between the long ...



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