I'm trying to perform a simple buffer on GeoJSNO file using python script. I am able to do it on shp file using python script and on geojson using QGIS fix distance buffer tool but I can't figure out how to do it on GeoJSON using python script. I read many posts on it but none of them include working solely on geojson. I also know that it is possible to convert gejson to shp but I need to work only with geojson files.
my code that works for shp file:
from osgeo import ogr ds = ogr.Open(r'C:\vector files\tryyy.shp', 1) in_lyr = ds.GetLayer() out_lyr = ds.CreateLayer('new_buff44',in_lyr.GetSpatialRef(),ogr.wkbPolygon) out_lyr.CreateFields(in_lyr.schema) out_defn = out_lyr.GetLayerDefn() out_feat = ogr.Feature(out_defn) bufferDist = -0.00015075 for in_feat in in_lyr: geom = in_feat.geometry() out_feat.SetGeometry(geom) for in_feat in in_lyr: geom = in_feat.geometry().Buffer(bufferDist) out_feat.SetGeometry(geom) for i in range(in_feat.GetFieldCount()): value = in_feat.GetField(i) out_feat.SetField(i, value) out_lyr.CreateFeature(out_feat) del ds print "finish"
When I change the file from shp to geojson in the
org.Open line I get:
NoneType' object has no attribute 'CreateFields'
I thought that if I read vector file as OGR datasource object then it doesn't matter which format is the original vector file.
Can someone help me understand what I should change so that the code will work on geojson files?