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Here's what I would do Using the XML document they sent you, create a geodatabase and then a new feature class to the specifications of the XML by right-clicking in the GDB and choosing Import > XML Workspace Document. This creates a new feature class in the schema you have to match. Then I would create a new feature class from your CSV data, building a ...


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If your file is an .xls or .xlsx file these should open correctly in ArcMap. Clearly this isn't happening though, but my experience of using Excel is that it simply stuffs up csv exporting and the resulting file isn't usable. Does opening the .xls or .xlsx file in LibreOffice Calc then saving as a text csv (with commas as a field separator) and importing ...


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If you have two suspected spatial references for the list of coordinates, here are some steps to confirm if they are correct or not. Open up new ArcMap Add one of the ESRI general basemap WMS layers (one that has data for entire Earth) For dataframe select Properties>Coordinate System tab, change the spatial reference to one of the suspected spatial ...


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Google maps uses WGS 84 Web Mercator. If you've tried creating your points with this coordinate system and haven't been successful, there is probably something wrong with your inputs. The commas for decimal points raises an eyebrow for me. Replace the commas with periods and see if it works.


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I use GIMP 2.8 Open pdf and export as tif or whatever you perfer.


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I resolved the issue by importing all my ZMAP files into another piece of software (Petrosys) and re-exporting them as ZMAP files. All the files now load correctly into QGIS 2.4. I'm not sure if this is an export issue from the original software (formats between files appeared identical) or a QGIS import bug? Either way Ive' found a workaround. Thanks.


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Used Geokettle religiously for a small project high learning curve unless you used to an Eclipse UI... Really powerful as its compiled against GDAL1.10 support all geo types... What I liked was its support for both stored data and data via services... I used it to recreate and sync ArcGIS server datasets on a local postgis instance via ESRI json to ...


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Although my answer is a bit late, it might be of help to others. QGIS (at least since the current version 2.6) now also has an integrated model builder. Through this toolbox you can access hunderds of algorythms (GDAL, GRASS, SAGA, vectortools, etc). You can also add you own script. I must admit I have not used it extensively, but if I was looking for a ...


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I don't think this is what I am asking for but I figured it out. You go to the Preferences at the File menu section and then go to the Data Manager and set "Clear View when Loading New Image" to false so you want to load the image at the same time is what I was looking for.


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CartoDB will understand polygons like: POLYGON((10 10, 20 10, 20 20, 10 20, 10 10), (13 13, 17 13, 17 17, 13 17, 13 13)) So you just need to add the "polygon" word before your coordinates for each one, and then, you'll be able to apply this: update table set the_geom = st_setsrid(st_geomfromtext('POLYGON((10 10, 20 10, 20 20, 10 20, 10 10), ...


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You can do this as follows: Views in the menu and then Create New View. Load your images in different views.


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If I had posted the entire ENVI header file, the solution would likely have been clear to most. Turns out I missed the fact that the header file had no georeferencing information. The key line in the ENVI header file that allows ArcGIS to correctly georeference the image file is: map info = {Geographic Lat/Lon, 1.0000, 1.0000, -139.00000000, 56.00000000, ...



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