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comment GeoDjango: transform() not working?
You can see which version of GDAL you have installed by running gdal-config --version in a normal terminal (i.e. not python shell). Try to run that command in your terminal.
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answered Getting “Points of LinearRing do not form a closed linestring”
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comment how do I create a RESTful PostGIS web Service Framework?
I think that depends on how much effort you want to invest. Having geospatial data in a database is only the first step for developing a web-map. I described how to do a gis enabled REST framework with django gis.stackexchange.com/questions/86487/… and there is another discussion with more answers around how to start web-mapping: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/8113
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comment GeoDjango: transform() not working?
That looks like you don't have GDAL installed. For some operations, GeoDjango relies on GDAL, which is a geospatial library similar to GEOS. Do you have GDAL installed?
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answered GeoDjango: transform() not working?
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answered Mapserver openlayer postgis spatial data are in postgis but label I want to display from webservice
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revised Help with postgis on mapserver
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comment Help with postgis on mapserver
What exactly was your output? Did mapserver render an empty layer, or did you have errors? Could you also provide the WMS url that you used, the layer status in your mapfile is OFF, you need to request the layer explicitly if the layer is set to off I think.
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answered GeoDjango Scale/Layers issue?
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comment GeoDjango Scale/Layers issue?
If a polygon is "missplaced" like that, it is likely to be related to the projection. In GeoDjango the default srid is 4326, if you were rendering your polygon with another projection in Qgis, that might be the cause for the difference. What is the projection of your shapefile?
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answered Plot a Raster in R with white space for NA values
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answered overlay my shapefiles stored in database to the web/browser
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comment How to install python-mapscript in a virtualenv?
Yes that's exactly it, outside the virtualenv I was able to install mapscript from source, but in the virtualenv I dont konw how to do that and pip does throw that error.
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comment How to install python-mapscript in a virtualenv?
I am not trying to install the site-package per se in the virtualenv. I just wanted to point out that my installation works fine outside virtualenv, but I don't know how do an installation within it.
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answered GeoDjango - return SRID of geometry in GeoQuerySet