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Depending on what exactly you want to do, you can use the relations functionality in QGIS. See http://blog.vitu.ch/10112013-1201/qgis-relations This allows you show a table of related participants on the feature form of a zip code.


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You may use a processing scripts. And here the one for an attributes cross-joining: https://github.com/kiselev-dv/QGIS-Processing/blob/master/scripts/spatial_cross_join_attributes.py You may copy that script into {QGIS_HOME_DIR}/processing/scripts and use it via processing menu. You have zip codes as an shape file, but I don't get in what form do you ...


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not sure if this is really an answer, but hopefully points you in the right direction. I tried plugging it into CartoDB and got an error: the_geom_webmercator column should be selected I glanced through this, it might help http://docs.cartodb.com/tutorials/projections.html. Changing the_geom to the_gem_webmercator worked for me. I also had to play ...


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In Field Calculator, you can try this Python code: ",".join({"1":"White","2":"Black","3":"Red"}[val.strip()] for val in !INPUT_FIELD_NAME!.split(",")) All you need to do is to pick your enumeration field for !INPUT_FIELD_NAME! and make sure you are using Python Parser! UPDATE OK, the below is another solution by creating a look-up table (dbf table in ...


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I finally got it to work by making "Maintain fully qualified names" a variable from the environment. I did it for both the make feature layer and copy features just in case. I also made another variable for field info, but I'm not sure if that had anything to do with it working. It's really frustrating that changing the environment settings alone doesn't ...


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As Detlev mentioned, you need a common attribute between the Excel and CityGML file for the FeatureMerger to join together. Link your CityGML to the Requestor Port and the Excel file to the Supplier Port. Where it says Join On, choose the common attributes and set the comparison mode to Automatic. Unless you know that they are strings or numeric fields. ...



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