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May
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comment Python Script create spreadsheet with exception
yes, easy_install or pip should do it.
May
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comment Python Script create spreadsheet with exception
Yeah, replace that string with the file path and file name of where you want it. So like wb.save('C:\\Users\\Mwrenn\\Desktop\\ErrorReport.xlsx')
May
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answered Python Script create spreadsheet with exception
May
8
comment Generate a string based on an integer range
Do you get any error messages? The only thing I can think of off the top of my head is that either you've somehow corrupted your python installation, or maybe you're just not selecting the Python parser option at the top of the field calculator where it has radio button for Pythong & VB
May
6
revised Error msg “Name is not defined” when trying to populate a field with the shape file name
Found the real source of the error message
May
6
answered Error msg “Name is not defined” when trying to populate a field with the shape file name
May
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comment Generate a string based on an integer range
Out of curiosity, are you trying to use these categories to define symbology/colors for these features for display? If so, maybe using graduated colors symbology may be a better way to go - resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//… Not sure of your familiarity with ArcGIS, so just checking to make sure you're not trying to reinvent an existing feature.
May
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answered Generate a string based on an integer range
May
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comment SQL query giving error in pgrouting?
No problem. If that solves your problem, please mark the answer as accepted.
May
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comment SQL query giving error in pgrouting?
I still see the left paren before ST_GeomFromText which is unnecessary, I think.
May
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comment SQL query giving error in pgrouting?
Did you get the same exact error? I would guess that your parentheses are not balanced. I don't see any reason for the left paren before the ST_GeomFromText function. So this - SELECT o.name FROM osm_point o WHERE ST_DWITHIN(o.way, ST_GeomFromText('Point(53.34972 -6.26025)', 4326), 1000)
May
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answered SQL query giving error in pgrouting?
Mar
20
comment How do I import specific fields from a shapefile?
Imported to where? Do you just want to delete fields from an existing shapefile? Do you want only certain fields displayed in ArcMap when you add it to a project/MXD?
Mar
20
comment How do I import specific fields from a shapefile?
Can you be more specific about what you're importing from?
Feb
12
answered Prevent arcpy.Append from crashing if data is too long for field
Feb
4
comment Selection instead of click for display of features in openlayers
My original answer covered this, but I expanded upon it quite a bit just now to hopefully clarify a little.
Feb
4
revised Selection instead of click for display of features in openlayers
Expanded on answer and dissected the example code a bit
Jan
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Jan
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comment Selection instead of click for display of features in openlayers
That way uses WFS, exactly as I said you should use. It's just a helper function to setup a WFS selection control based on an existing WMS layer, since their URL's will be so similar. It would still use the WFS protocol, which the geoserver instance you are querying against must be configured to support.
Jan
12
answered ArcMap 10.2 Shapefile Labels Don't Work With Pigiarniq Font