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Open source GIS and dataviz geek, OSGeo Charter and QGIS team member.

Interests: Open source GIS, dataviz, open data, spatial databases, GIS-T


Jul
26
comment Advice on choosing ideal software for consultancy
its a matter of opinion. QGIS is still not very well designed for editing. Topology tools do not work well and nodes snapping neither. In my organisation we do a lot of data edition and we prefer MapInfo than QGIS, but ArcGIS 10 is definately the best for edition.
Jul
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revised Advice on choosing ideal software for consultancy
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Jun
17
accepted ModifiyFeature Control with an array of vectors
May
3
awarded  Organizer
May
3
revised OpenLayers - Weird behaviour when a feature is zoomed in
openlayers problem only, not related to geodjango
May
3
suggested suggested edit on OpenLayers - Weird behaviour when a feature is zoomed in
Mar
19
asked Spatialite as a DBMS-server with GeoDjango?
Mar
19
revised Using GeoXml3 to parse KML Markers loaded in Fusion Table Layer
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Mar
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revised Using GeoXml3 to parse KML Markers loaded in Fusion Table Layer
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Mar
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment Using GeoXml3 to parse KML Markers loaded in Fusion Table Layer
This post was edited and now the code above is correct. You can use it to zoom on kml markers loaded in fusion table layer.
Mar
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revised Using GeoXml3 to parse KML Markers loaded in Fusion Table Layer
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Mar
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asked Using GeoXml3 to parse KML Markers loaded in Fusion Table Layer
Mar
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comment Google Maps - Use fitBounds on KML polygon fusion table layer
I dont know about ST_INTERSECTS. If you can do something interresting with that let me know. However, take a look a the second example, the one with line/arc. It shows how to zoom on the entire kml using union(). It works with polygon kml too.
Feb
26
comment Google Maps - Use fitBounds on KML polygon fusion table layer
Thank you for your answer, it works for me. However, have you found a way to have the extent of all rows/features of the kml and not only one at a time in order to have the bounds of the entire table?
Feb
26
comment Google Maps - Use fitBounds on KML polygon fusion table layer
As I said, this method works only with markers fusiontablelayer. Not KML polygon loaded in fusiontablelayer...
Feb
26
comment Convert geojson labels MBR to MapInfo text object
Actually, I can do the conversion with FME, but any other solution would be appreciated.
Feb
26
comment Google Maps - Use fitBounds on KML polygon fusion table layer
@Mapperz: its not an answer to my question... kmllayer is not fusiontablelayer
Feb
26
accepted Google Maps - Use fitBounds on KML polygon fusion table layer
Feb
26
comment Convert geojson labels MBR to MapInfo text object
Yes, I put the sample in the question.