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Great answers above, but just wanted to add my voice to the choir :) ArcObjects has some (specialized) functionality that the ArcGIS Runtime SDKs don't provide: complex features, geometric networks, topology, annotation classes, etc. is designed for desktop deployments has a LARGE footprint (file size and memory) is based on COM technology and is ...


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There's an svg of this projection on wikipedia. All country codes in main map group and easily editable in illustrator https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Perlshaper_Winkel-Tripel_example1.svg#/media/File:Perlshaper_Winkel-Tripel_example1.svg


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GPSUtility is still the best tool that I've found for editing and working with GPS data: breaking and joining track segments, exporting/importing formats, filtering by location and time. The interface is a bit frustrating but the features are varied and do everything you request. It's not free but the trial lets you work with everything except very large ...


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Import your GPX into ArcMap using the GPX to Features tool (found in Conversion Tools toolbox). Convert the resulting point dataset into a line dataset using the Points to Line tool (Data Management Tools > Features toolbox). Set the sort field to the DateTime field for this process. Commence editing the resulting line feature, and using the Split Tool ...


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I know EPANET for water management. You can combine gis with it using GHydralics plugin or giswater.


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Here is a simple procedure with ArcGIS Desktop: use "GPX To Features" tool to convert your gpx to a point feature class in a file geodatabase Once your new point feature class is added to the map, then use the select tool to select your start and end points (you can use the SHIFT button with the select to to add to the selection open the attribute table ...


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I recommend you to use QGIS as it is Open Source. Open the GPS track, I guess you its save as a GXP file, by Add Vector Layer or Crtl+Shift+V. Select which vector layer you want add. Chose tracks and hit okay Right click on the new Layer and Save as.... Chose ESRI Shapefile. The new loaded Shape-File you can now select and edit it by ...


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Yes, Geocoding is only about streets. Its question, are complet data in Google Maps? Completness of data in OSM depends on world area of interest. It is also possible to try Bing REST API. I dont now details.


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With the commercial software Mapviewer from Goldensoftwar http://www.goldensoftware.com/products/mapviewer producing this "Prism-Maps" is pretty easy:


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Alexgleith's answer seems to be directly related to the example in the question. However, there are other approaches that are also available and can be done in an offline environment. If you have access to ArcGIS with 3D Analyst Extension then you can simply extrude your polygons by an appropriate attribute. However, 3D Analysts is expensive. A free ...


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You want to do it yourself? Here's an example: http://agl.pw/examples/cesium/hobart.html It's pretty easy to do. Let me know if you need to know more and I'll try to step through it.


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OpenStreetMaps has an API called nominatim. If you like you can access it via a python library called geopy. You can pass a POI in the query. Take a look at this list for available POIs: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Nominatim/Special_Phrases/EN


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Geocoding API from mapbox Geocoding Mapbox for address or Nominatim


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They're a common alternative to hdf files in remote sensing and climate research because they're good for storing multidimensional data and time series information. You have to be careful about what version of NetCDF you're working with though. Newer NetCDF formats can be based off of hdf5 and these need to be opened using the Rhdf5 package in R and should ...


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OpenJUMP is a relatively advanced open source desktop GIS software developed in Java. It certainly does not have all the functionalities of ArcGIS but it might be worth checking it. If you look for an equivalent to ArcGIS server, check Geomajas or geoserver.



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