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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 ...
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.
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.
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.
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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