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The ZCTA5(Zip Code Tabulation Area) shapefile from the Census Bureau should have what you are looking for. 2010_ZCTA5 Here are single state files, although 2010 Version. Click on the State name, then the 2 digit State FIPs code, then ZCTA510.zip should be at the bottom.


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You will have to go through several process. Here are a few indications to help your out. First create a new column in your layer BIG_ID_COLUMN. Update this column with the Id of each parishes Create a new shapefileBIG_SHAPEFILE with the largest parishes and one for the small ones SMALL_SHAPEFILE Use a closest neighbor tool (v.distance ; grass) or follow ...


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I think you have two issues here. The first may be misleading. The warning that you're getting when you start editing is only that--a warning. It means that one or more of the data layers are in a different coordinate reference system than the map's. You can check what's going on by opening the data frame's property page (one method is to right-click ...


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I think your first troubleshooting step should be to quantify the time taken for your IDE to import ArcPy (which ArcMap already has imported by default) because you will not be able to eliminate that time from your IDE workflow. You can use a code snippet like this to do that: import time start = time.clock() import arcpy elapsed = (time.clock() - start) ...


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I could not download "original boundaries" (it seems the link is broken), but this is what I got (I think the same as @cengel) with data provided on second link (+ the .dbf file link): require(rgdal) require(maptools) require(ggplot2) require(plyr) # Reading municipal boundaries esp = readOGR(dsn="C:\\...\\boundaries", ...


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You should use the Dissolve tool. By default, this will create multipart features where your stands are separated by a small gap. This is what you want for your case. You can elect to dissolve everything or by a common attribute. After dissolving you will get an accurate areas calculation. Dissolve is available in all licence types. Aggregate Polygons ...



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