I've done the following process:
- take a set of points, each one representing a hotel with a field that says the "neighborhood" that the hotel is in (field is called "full_hierarchy")
- Performed SNN clustering on these points
- Created Voronoi Polygons using the clusters
- Dissolved the Voronoi polygons on the field "full hierarchy")
And I get this:
My problem is that there are bits of each polygon inside of other polygons, as you can see in my image where I have highlighted one of my neighborhoods.
Any ideas how I can get rid of these bits so that each of my polygons is complete with no "islands" in them?
I am going to be doing this on a mass scale, so I need a process that I can do on QGIS
Would also be interested in smoothing the polygons, if possible.
EDIT: Using the options recommended to be below when using the eliminate sliver polygons:
But the output layer looks exactly the same - nothing changes?