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You will need to incorporate some advanced labeling CartoCSS to make this happen. MapBox has a good guide here that should get you started and may even solve it for you. Are you trying to label businesses you've been to or suburbs? If so, you can add those in OpenStreetMap and then use an OSM basemap for your map.


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Emacs will work fine, especially in nxml-mode if you have the relevant schema installed. But what nxml-mode lacks is the proper XML author controls which the older psgml-mode had: unfortunately psgml-mode won't work with schemas, only DTDs. SGML-mode will be useless for GML. There is also a good xslIDE-mode if you need to work on XSLT for transforming GML to ...


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To add to @Neil's answer, you also need to increase the resolution of the DEM over which the image is being draped if you want to drape over a full resolution DEM. This is controlled under Propoerties -> Base Heights ->Floating on a custom surface -> Raster Resolution. By default ArcScene will assign very course resolution so that you can see the data ...


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The raster quality is deliberately downgraded to increase display speed. See the Rendering tab of the raster layer properties in ArcScene and crank up the slider bar second bottom.


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I've been debugging your code. Apart from some syntax error, the problem was that you we're using "local" layer variables, instead of ""global"". Also, I've 'concatenate in cascade mode' the queries. I'm attaching the solution. (Please, note that perhaps layers aren't linked layer<->animal correctly) But it's the method that you need to use. Also, I ...


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You were doing it basically right, check this full example: http://bl.ocks.org/javierarce/50244a6a7a8a4e1a959a


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I'd go with the colour ramp from NOAA, from the suppliers of your data, Example for Significant Wave http://polar.ncep.noaa.gov/waves/viewer.shtml?-multi_1-NE_atlantic- I've spoken to a supplier of weather assets about this and their comment was "Pick your own colours" there's no standard. There is some interpolation going on in the NOAA viewer, and your ...


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No, because UTM coordinates are repeated in each zone. If the data was localized--only covered the eastern and western parts of two zones, you might be able to do it because you could segregate the values into the two zones. If you had 539594, 9071398 and 493840, 9198483 are these in the same zone or in zones 31 and 32 or 10 and 11?


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There are examples in the official documentation, here and code here. I don't use their API, though, so someone else might have a specific example. Try something like this: var l = cdb.vis.Overlay.create('layer_selector', map.viz, {layer_selector: true}) I think it's just an option to set, which by default is 'off' for layer_selector. See here. ...


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Many thanks, I am interested in the topic for a long time but I only knew a few applications in: Biological morphometric analysis in APPLICATION OF SPATIAL STATISTICS TO LATENT PRINT IDENTIFICATIONS: TOWARDS IMPROVED FORENSIC SCIENCE METHODOLOGIES with ArcGIS or A GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRIC APPROACH TO FINGERPRINT ANALYSIS, ... Archeology Computational ...


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Very interesting question! Found a couple more examples and included a brief quote and their citation (quite fun to see how GIS software can be used in completely nongeographical applications): LASER CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN THE STUDY OF DENTAL MORPHOLOGY "...original specimens of Recent teeth can often be optically ...


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There are other applications in processing microscope images like the one from your example. A well known geospatial image processing software called eCognition was developed originally by Definiens - a company who does a lot of image processing in the medical and life science domain. See this older press release: ...


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Have you tried looking at the Developer console? Using the QGIS "Export to Openlayers 3 Plugin", I get a an error saying "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'oe' of undefined" in ol.js, which I do not know how to fix. An additional problem may be that the style variable is differently named in the layer_style file of the styles folder. To fix this, ...


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this is pretty easy! You can use the createLayer function of CartoDB.js two times and add those layers to your map object. Documentation here: http://docs.cartodb.com/cartodb-platform/cartodb-js.html#cartodbcreatelayermap-layersource--options--callback Sample code here (I nested the creation of both layers, but it's not needed): <div ...



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