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For Quantum GIS (QGIS) v 2.0 I would recommend the qNote plugin. It will create a dockable window in your project that you can use to save notes about a project. Go to Plugins>Manage and Install Plugins, select Get More and then search for qNote in the plugin manager console. If you are using ArcGIS Desktop, go to File>Map Document Properties. You can ...


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Sewers are much more often driven by hydraulic considerations, which includes elevations in the z axis. The spatial layout is a close second, which deals with coordinates in the x y axis. So what are the hydraulic constraints going to be? The selection of a Mannings n is by far the most troublesome variable. Having said that, I note that there is a ...


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One thing I've learned over the years is that there isn't a "right" architecture but there are bad one. In your case, decisions have already been made for you in regards to hardware/resources, which as it turns out seems like two viable options for the required capacity (i.e. you could host everything from either machine and you should have good ...


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Given finite budget, often the problem involves solving for x,y,z,A,B,C - where to spend the money in other words. An extensive Footpath Construction & Renewal Program The City of Austin Sidewalk Master Plan involved prioritizing sidewalk construction projects. Improved drainage systems at x Street, y Street, z Avenue Esri's Water ...


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You could try using a PostGIS database with topology data type and functions. QGIS also has some topology functionality built in - this could be used if you're looking to have a desktop front end to your platform.


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Got these from the Natural Resources Canada web site. It has most of the symbols you need. As for the exact symbols, I found this answer from an ESRI forum which I think is a good answer so I'll just post it here anyway for the benefit of people who are seeking the same information. Mapping Center Answer: We would suggest starting with the ...


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Whoooohooo, tough call. I guess it all comes down to your plans. You have two strong options that you can follow through. One, is a CAD based solution where you get data from the various contractors that you can overlay and easily see to coordinate the various projects. This would save you time and efforts as often you AE/Contractors are already in that ...



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