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revised Is there a way to count the number of vertices of polygons and lines?
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answered How can I dynamically add features to a GeoJSON file?
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revised How to implement 1:n joins with string attribute concatenation?
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comment How to translate .bil files in a batch mode with QGIS?
Have you created .hdr files? If so, you can point the command to the .hdr files and not .bil files.
Apr
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answered Seeking Shapefiles of Restaurants in South Florida?
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comment How do I load OSM vector data in QGIS 2.x?
Tom, I wrote a step-by-step instructions to get the OSM data in a QGIS. Hope this is simple to follow for beginners. qgistutorials.com/en/docs/downloading_osm_data.html
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comment QGIS V. parallel command using GRASS
the documentation for v.parallel says you an input decimals. grass.osgeo.org/grass65/manuals/v.parallel.html . What tool are you using to do this in QGIS?
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comment gdalwarp not clipping neatline properly
You can quickly check the validity of the neatline metadata by creating a polygon with those coordinates and overlaying it with your pdf. If using QGIS, you can use the QuickQKT plugin to paste the wkt value and create a polygon layer.
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answered Is it possible to batch clip rasters in Quantum GIS?
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comment gdalwarp cutline along with shapefile
The steps outlined in the link above should give you a .tif output.
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answered gdalwarp cutline along with shapefile
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comment Giant 2.5 GB JP2 image: How to tile it?
Ah, no problem. Finder wouldn't know about JP2 format so it won't help. You need the GDAL library to read JP2s. If you installed GDAL from the link in my answer, you can use the command 'gdalinfo' to get that information. On my system, GDAL is at /Library/Frameworks/GDAL.framework/Versions/1.9/Programs/gdalinfo . run gdalinfo <path/to/your/jp2> and it will report the dimensions. Similarly add the full path to gdal_translate in the script for it to work.