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Jan
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comment Cover a polygon with fixed size squares
The beauty of open source is that you can look at the underlaying code, and use it and/or modify it. You should download the plugin and look at the code, there you will see the algorithm you are looking for. Not all answers here are exact or definite, you as the user need to be critical and know what is being provided to you.
Jan
4
answered Cover a polygon with fixed size squares
Jan
2
comment How to install Spatialite-GIS on Windows?
I have switched, but I wanted a lite weight GUI for non technical GIS users. QGIS can be a bit too much for someone who is not a GIS user, but needs to look at data
Dec
22
comment linking of 2d shapefile with 3d model-ArcGIS
What do you mean by archive? Are you wanting to store everything into a database? Or on a file server?
Dec
17
comment How can I tell who owns a particular piece of property on a map?
This is a massive privacy concern. Most places have this information, but it is controlled by local authorities. Many of them do not have it digitally-spatially available. You may have a very tough time finding what you want, especially if you want it for free.
Dec
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Dec
7
comment Qspatialite not loading in QGIS 2.6.1 for Mac
Its odd, there is no error message, and I do not see anything in the log.
Dec
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asked Qspatialite not loading in QGIS 2.6.1 for Mac
Dec
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comment Error installing Photo2Shape QGIS 2.6 for Mac
Thanks @gene. I think I resolved it, the folders were hidden. I downloaded the module and placed it in the site-packages location. Thanks for the help
Dec
7
comment Error installing Photo2Shape QGIS 2.6 for Mac
Please excuse my ignorance, as I am a new convert to Mac from Windows. I used terminal to install ExifRead, so I am not sure where it "went". Is there a manual process I can do, to ensure it goes where it needs to? I do not have that path /Library/Python/2.7/site-packages I do not even have the Python folder.
Dec
7
comment How to calculate the volume?
Intersect the pit locations with your TIN to find where you have locations of 60degrees. Then just analyze those locations
Dec
7
comment How to calculate the volume?
Your going to need to make a DEM or TIN
Dec
6
comment How to calculate the volume?
More info is needed. What type of data are you using
Dec
5
asked Error installing Photo2Shape QGIS 2.6 for Mac
Dec
5
comment Mapping Trails with GPS - Hardware Suggestions
@mwil you are correct, but if you read the paper, you will see that we used a USB GPS addition to the Apple iDevices. There are BlueTooth versions available, which I have used in backcountry ski trips, which have no access to any cell network, or wifi
Dec
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answered Install Geospatial Modelling Environment
Dec
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answered Is there a FTP to get Landsat images?
Dec
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answered Mapping Trails with GPS - Hardware Suggestions
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