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Another option would be to : 1-create your layout template; 2-select the layout elements (using the "select elements" cursor); 3-Copy the layout elements and to past them in the layout view of your target MXD file; You may have to drag the data frame into the layout view (causing a double). My Arc license is located on a distant server and I couldn't ...


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The solution for this problem was to create a table in oracle with the NULL value and 'No_elements' for tax_type field. I then add an extra ogr2ogr line in my batch file that appends the NULL observation into the existing file geodatabase that is exported in the previous line.


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WGS 84 is not a projection. It is just a coordinate reference for the ellipsoid shape of the earth. The next step is to choose a projection for Cartesian representation. WGS 84 UTM 32N is a projection.(Using UTM) There lies the discrepancy.


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In QGIS, right-click on a layer with geometry and go in Properties. There, click on the Joins tab on the left (it looks like an arrow with a dot). Then click on + and chose the layers and fields on which you want to do the Join.


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There is a workaround that can solve your problem. You can create a new dataset (in CartoDB, Excel or another spreedsheet software) with the same number of rows (19), add the extra columns with the values you need. And then merge the region_polygons dataset with this new dataset. Here you have a tutorial about how to merge two datasets.



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