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It is possible to create an infowindow on a runtime visualisation. See https://gist.github.com/javisantana/49d31ea2787a53e7ae2d


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I don't have the reputation to make a comment, but just wanted to say @xavijam's worked for me! Please give try it and accept his answer if it works for you, it might save others the head-scratching we went through. :)


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Given what you have described I would say that it sounds like you don't care which specific school covers a district, you only care about the type of school (elementary, middle, high) and the percentage of coverage of each school type relative to the total district size. Assuming the buffers contain a field representing the school type, I would approach the ...


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CartoDB doesn't know about a "z dimension", but you will be able to build something similar by playing with the zoom levels. Directly in the editor: Built a Torque Category map by a column which contains the floors. Then, you can use a code like the following one to hide the other floors in the specified zoom to set for a floor. #table[value=2] { ...


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Here's one ESRI plugin for "weighted voronoi diagrams". @martinf pointed me in the right direction. An ArcGIS Extension for Generating and Updating Ordinary and Multiplicatively Weighted Voronoi Diagrams for Points, Lines, and Polygons Unfortunately I don't have access to ArcGIS, so this particular solution isn't much good to me. It's still useful to see ...


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Loading 20GB of data, either from disk or over the web, will kill almost every desktop application. You have to restrict the data volume to the rendered canvas extent, e.g. using virtual index files or a postgis server with spatial indices, and use overviews (pyramids) for lower zoom levels to get reasonable fast results on the screen.



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