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May
12
comment Tilestache/Mapnik: Is it possible to create dynamically filtered layers?
@ParoX no, I mostly use multiple Tilestache layers or CartoDB for this kinda situation now.
May
4
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Apr
23
comment Join a CSV file to shapefile using gdal/ogr?
Sounds like geoid is being converted to a number, but the number is so large that it overflows and becomes negative. Check the documentation for csvsql, you might try specifying a table where you explicitly say that geoid is a string, else --no-inference might help.
Apr
19
awarded  Editor
Apr
19
revised Join a CSV file to shapefile using gdal/ogr?
Add -append to the second line
Apr
19
comment Join a CSV file to shapefile using gdal/ogr?
Ah good point, on the second line you'll want to add a -append in there to give ogr2ogr permission to open up an existing SQLite db and add to it. I've edited the answer to show this.
Apr
10
awarded  Yearling
Apr
9
asked QGIS: How to displace points close to each other (but not overlapping) and save as a layer?
Mar
22
asked Is it possible to include '#' in CartoCSS string values (in CartoDB)?
Mar
5
answered CartoDB detecting user location - putting dot on the map
Sep
8
comment How do you make an unclassed choropleth in QGIS 2.x?
This answer and the comment by @underdark got me to a pretty reasonable solution along the lines of using ramp_color('RdPu', "<field_name>" / <max_field_value>) in Data defined properties. Thanks!
Sep
8
accepted How do you make an unclassed choropleth in QGIS 2.x?
Sep
8
comment How do you make an unclassed choropleth in QGIS 2.x?
Thanks, it's good to know that QGIS doesn't have a nice way to make a legend for data-defined styles. I could have been more clear in my question: I know unclassed choropleths aren't without their downsides, but I think they can be useful.
Sep
6
comment How do you make an unclassed choropleth in QGIS 2.x?
Yes, the graduated renderer creates classed choropleths (puts the features in "buckets"), but I'm looking for a way to make an unclassed choropleth (without buckets). So the features would receive a color according to where they fall on a continuous color scale.
Sep
6
asked How do you make an unclassed choropleth in QGIS 2.x?
Aug
19
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Aug
19
awarded  Scholar
Aug
19
comment Why doesn't a CartoDB layer (using cartodb.js) on top of Google Map in Firefox on Ubuntu work?
ARGH you're right of course, thanks for proving that it was just some add-ons I had installed.
Aug
19
accepted Why doesn't a CartoDB layer (using cartodb.js) on top of Google Map in Firefox on Ubuntu work?
Aug
18
asked Why doesn't a CartoDB layer (using cartodb.js) on top of Google Map in Firefox on Ubuntu work?