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Came across this looking for the same answer. The best way I found is to add a \n, in the attribute text, where you want your break. Billy Joes \n Dry Cleaners LLC = Billy Joes Dry Cleaners LLC


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This is a bit of a late answer, but I thought it was worth contributing. As a polyline is just a series of points you should be able to obtain the Mean value you want by converting the Polyline nodes into points by going Vector > Geometry Tools > Extract Nodes... You can then extract the underlying Raster values for each of these points by using the Point ...


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I would run they each of the individual segments and for each find the matching node in the complex polyline for the start as well as the end node of the section. Now you can check if the end node number is larger than the start node number. If so the line direction of the section is the same as the direction of the polyline. If not, the direction is ...


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It is not possible with version 5.6.8 but if you update to version 6.4 you can use the SIA shape smoothing algorithm. The RFC of the feature is in http://mapserver.org/development/rfc/ms-rfc-94.html and current documentation about the usage in http://mapserver.org/output/shape_smoothing.html#shape-smoothing. If you must to stay with the old 5.6.8 the only ...


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In previous answer I completely forget to check plugins first which you should always do because there are really many good ones and for this particular case you want to use: PointConnector Creating lines between points following a from-to list You can install it through Plugins / Manage and install Plugins...


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With not that hard adjusting you should be able to use Processing / Toolbox... QGIS algorithms / Vector creation tools / Points to path the point layer must be exported to csv including id of points and coordinates x,y the csv with FROM / TO must have some Path_ID (Group) for every future path through which the attribute COST or others will be linked, ...


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CadInput is a PROTOTYPE QGIS Python plugin that allows to numerically constrain the cursor to achieve efficient and precise digitizing, as possible in CAD packages, with any QGIS tool. Visit: https://vimeo.com/85052231


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If you only want to select rows (leaving the geometry intact): From your table I understand that "the row above" means an identical line in the reverse direction. One solution is to create two views on the data each of alternate rows, do a join of name_x2_y2 on name_x1_y1 and select where myLayer_copy_length_km = length_km. First, if you ordered your table ...


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I'd suggest either Batch mode or, if it is possible, pre-merge the multiple targets using Merge geoprocessing tool into one.


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I am the developer of FlowMapper plugin. Hope you find it useful. Regarding your question: FlowMapper offers two types of flow length caculations: (i) for cartesian coordinates (e.g. UTM x y) (ii) for geographic coordinates (e.g. WGS84 easting northing) User must properly choose either CARTESIAN or GEOGRAPHIC calculation depending on the type of ...


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I get the solution of the problem directly from the developer of the plugin, I'll post here the answer I get: FlowMapper offers two options for distance caculation: (i) cartesian coordinates (e.g. UTM x y) (ii) geographic coordinates (e.g. WGS84 easting northing) As far as I can see, you are using geographic coordinates (x-y). Please check ...


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PointConnector is now updated to support integers as input, which should solve this issue. Please let me know if it doesn't!



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