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I have a Bachelor of Science in Applied Geoinformatics, with my main areas of study being Geography and Environmental Studies, GIS, Computer Science and Information Systems. I have always had a passion for computers and geography, so studying and working in the GIS field has given me the best of both worlds.

My questions/answers will be written in South African (UK) English - please do not "correct" my spelling.


Dec
20
comment Does multimodal network need a physical intersection between a point (terminal) and a line (rail or road)?
Your dataset is quite large though, so I'm not sure how easily you would be able to create transfer edges. Are the terminals polygons or points?
Dec
20
answered Does multimodal network need a physical intersection between a point (terminal) and a line (rail or road)?
Dec
20
suggested suggested edit on Does multimodal network need a physical intersection between a point (terminal) and a line (rail or road)?
Dec
18
comment How to indicate a change in transport mode for directions in a multimodal dataset
@blah238 thanks for the tip, I'll do that.
Dec
14
asked How to indicate a change in transport mode for directions in a multimodal dataset
Dec
14
revised How to store route names of a stop belonging to multiple routes
rephrased question title, retag
Dec
13
revised Problem entering stops in a published multimodal network service
rephrased question title, retag
Dec
13
comment How are you, as GIS professionals, spending most of your day at work?
Scripting/ModelBuilder, small mapping jobs, research for new projects, Excel analysis, Access analysis, starting with server now - for different fields e.g. transport, land development, asset management, environment :) and of course, praying that our network connection remains stable so that I can actually do the aforementioned tasks
Dec
13
suggested suggested edit on Problem entering stops in a published multimodal network service
Dec
13
comment Eclipse can't find Driver.class from postgresql-9.2-1002.jdbc4.jar file nor AbstractJdbc4Connection class
Is this not more of a SO question?
Dec
12
asked How to change network analysis settings in a service from a web app
Dec
7
revised How to join fields which must still be created in ArcGIS Model Builder?
rephrased question title
Dec
7
reviewed Reviewed Would you consider online geocoding a breach of privacy?
Dec
7
suggested suggested edit on How to join fields which must still be created in ArcGIS Model Builder?
Dec
6
comment Why does updating Definition Query on layer in ArcGIS 10.1 SP1 no longer allow access to all unique values in dataset?
Fully agree. Thank you!
Dec
6
accepted Why does updating Definition Query on layer in ArcGIS 10.1 SP1 no longer allow access to all unique values in dataset?
Dec
6
comment How to dissolve polygons that have been split back into their original polygons?
That's part of the problem, the table structures changed dramatically several times over the period of time. It also wasn't a single split, but the result of various intersections/merging/deleting/adding new polygons to produce the current layer, which is why I basically want to group the polys which share boundaries, then dissolve/merge them into one.
Dec
6
asked Why does updating Definition Query on layer in ArcGIS 10.1 SP1 no longer allow access to all unique values in dataset?
Dec
6
revised How to dissolve polygons that have been split back into their original polygons?
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Dec
6
comment How to dissolve polygons that have been split back into their original polygons?
The result would contain all the polygons that are touching dissolved into each other, so on average, 5 polygons share line segments, which means they were originally 1 polygon. At about 5000 polygons, I'm looking at a result of about 1000 polygons. Without a common attribute between the touching polys, I can't dissolve them the way I would like, which is why I did the spatial join. This still didn't give me something common to all of the touching polygons.