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To do this I think you would need to look into using ArcPy to clone text and graphic elements. The code is far from trivial but would have much in common with the GraphicElement example 2 which is provided to "construct a graphic table based on data values from a table in the map document". However, I suspect that you will find it much easier to write a ...


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You need to edit the properties of yours fields Date and Time in QGIS. Go to the properties of your layer. Select the Fields tab. In the line of your field (date and time), click on Line edit. Select Date/Time. And then you can specify the format of your date or time -> it must be the same as defined in Qt Designer! If the properties are the same in your ...


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If you want to use time data with the time-related tools in ArcGIS like the Time Slider and animation tools, you need to store your time values differently. Creating one feature per site and adding a new field for each week's data at that site won't work. Instead, you will need to create one new feature for each site for every week. So you will have one ...


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Since you have feature classes representing your licencing data each month, and I am assuming that a licence retains its unique idea even when its geometry changes, you should be able to use the Feature Compare (Data Management) tool to detect which licences had their geometry change from one month to the next: Compares two feature classes or layers and ...



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