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You could save the layer out as a layer file (this doesn't store data): Saving a layer file And then import that layer file as symbology: Import symbology Or, if you want the data, and symbology included in one package, you could save the symbolized layer as a layer package. This would probably be the easiest and best solution. Saving a layer package ...


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Use Rule-based styling as in the following image, click on the "plus" icon to add more items: Note the double-quotation marks for Field/Column names and single-quotation marks for strings. Although you don't need double-quotes for Field/Columns, I think it's good practice as it highlights what it is, useful for long logics but this is personal opinion :)


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As @MichaelMiles-Stimson already mentioned, there doesn't seem to be a way to symbolise NULL features. However, there is an alternative whereby you create a filter to force QGIS to treat NULL values as an integer such as 0. I've included an example where I created 3 simple polygons each with a certain value: Here is the Graduated Symbology I used with ...


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If you have an SVG Marker symbol layer, you can set the size units to map units. That way the icon will always have the same real-world size. Note that the size in the data-defined properties is not radius or diameter but area - which I find weird and might be considered a bug.


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Adding a call to gdalinfo -stats generates an aux.xml file for the raster and solves this problem. My R code is then: system('gdalwarp -s_srs EPSG:4283 -t_srs EPSG:3577 -r bilinear -multi -tr 1000 1000 -dstnodata -9999 in.tif out.tif') system('gdalinfo -stats out.tif', show.output.on.console=FALSE)


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Convert the featureLayers renderer to JSON. Then use the JSON to create a new renderer. var featureLayerRenderer = featureLayer.renderer.toJson(); var renderer = esri.renderer.fromJson(featureLayerRenderer);


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If I had no way to go then I would have followed below steps- Say these layers are line feature (for other same procedure)- 1. Edit symbol. 2. Change Line Type to "Cartographic Line Symbol" and set line "Width" 3 for all three(my case) layers. 3. Go to "Line Properties" tab and set offset properly( I have three layers so I offsetted "Layer1" by +3 "Layer2" ...


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I would suggest using a couple of definition queries. these will allow you to have different layers in your table of contents that all draw from the same data. so if you had an attribute called type with values lateral and main you could set one query to "type" = 'main' and set the color ramp (or ranges) while the other would be "type" = 'lateral' and would ...


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You can use the Line pattern fill to set your diagonal lines with defined angles and distance between lines. To edit the width of the line, select the Line layer:


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There is an option to exclude certain data in the layer itself. You could do this, and then it will graph everything else. Select layer-> Options->Symbology-> Charts-> Exclusion-> SQL query "Field" IS NULL This will make it so that all the null values do not appear in the bar graph. let me know if this solved it


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Yes, it's not very hard. If you open the visualization wizard you'll see img next to marker-fill. This allows you to customize the image you use for markers... (see the image below) There are pre-loaded ones you can use, or you can upload them from your computer or import them from the internet. SVG images work best because you can style them further with ...


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If you want the symbols separately as a style reference then access the pc have intended symbols and go to "C:\Users\USER_NAME\AppData\Roaming\ESRI\Desktop10.1\ArcMap". There you will find two file USER_NAME.idb and USER_NAME.style. Copy these file and paste in the location "C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.1\Styles" of the new pc. N.B. In fact, if ...


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Do you want to achieve this visualization in an ArcMap Desktop application or a web map? In ArcGIS you can put these different categories of roads on separate layers. In the Layer Properties you can set that a layer only displays at certain scales. So you can adjust your layer with the smaller one line roads to not display above a certain zoom (out) level. ...



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