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Mar
9
accepted What's the most appropriate way to load Mapbox Studio tiles in Leaflet?
Feb
29
comment Check if circle is within polygon/rectangle/circle in leaflet and turfjs
@Balram It would be really helpful to see the full code for the situation that does not work (use jsfiddle.net or jsbin.com). As it stands now we have to guess at how parentCoordinates and newShapePoints are defined.
Feb
26
comment Check if circle is within polygon/rectangle/circle in leaflet and turfjs
How exactly are you "not able to check"? Do you receive an error? An example with some code would help a lot here.
Feb
26
asked What's the most appropriate way to load Mapbox Studio tiles in Leaflet?
Sep
8
comment Is it possible to include '#' in CartoCSS string values (in CartoDB)?
Thanks @iriberri !
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
awarded  Critic
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?