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awarded  Notable Question
Aug
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accepted Big data sets and challenges using the Leaflet client
Aug
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comment Big data sets and challenges using the Leaflet client
Good advice - thank you. Have now played around with CartoDB and it looks ok. Incidentally I am also working with road accidents (animal roadkills). So your solution looks very relevant to our work.
Aug
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comment Big data sets and challenges using the Leaflet client
Turns out it is not enough to get this thing up in the air using Leaflet. When the data has arrived in the clients end Leaflet does the job excellently. But the limit of objects (points) in my view goes around 10.000 points.
Aug
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revised Big data sets and challenges using the Leaflet client
Language correction. New title.
Aug
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asked Big data sets and challenges using the Leaflet client
Jun
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comment geoserver heatmap tiles doesn't display well (with leaflet)
Where does one set tiled=false?
Jun
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comment Create a reference number (id) based on x coordinate in QGIS
Since you asked for an answer in QGIS and accepted an answer using PostGIS I suggest you rephrase your question to focus on PostGIS.
Jun
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reviewed No Action Needed Get Area size using Dragbox in Openlayers 3
Jun
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reviewed Reviewed Trace tool being very erratic in ArcMap?
Jun
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comment Trace tool being very erratic in ArcMap?
It sounds like a more analytical approach could be better. The roads are there and tracing along those lines to create a parallel data set sounds like hard work and prone to errors. Buffer your points so that you are sure they intersect with the roads network. Then take it from there with join, intersect or similar. After some work you will end up with a data set where nodes in the roads network have the attributes of the bus stations. I guess network analyst (?) or similar could be helpful. Add some more information about how many bus stations and how many miles/kms of road the system is.
Jun
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reviewed No Action Needed Isolation and interpretation of vineyard multispectral data
Jun
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revised Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
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comment Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
It depends on what your aim is to do. Perhaps you could experiment a bit and see what represents reality in the best way? In any way as long as you document your method in the product specification or similar you should be fine.
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revised Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
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comment Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
Use the shadow areas and "delete" them from your original imagery. From what I understand this could be done by setting the shaded areas to NoData value. Will add reference in answer.
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revised Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
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revised Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
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Jun
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answered Removing Shadows from Aerial Imagery in ArcGIS
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Training Manual 2.8 and exercise data differences