On the image below, there are two layers showing the transportation network
Red | current | only important objects | geometry repeats/overlaps Blue | new | required and other objects | geometry does not repeat/overlap
Geometry repeats/overlaps mean that certain feature can be used multiple times by different transportation routes. Moreover, the vertices of both layers coincide.
Attributes of each layer look as follow
"Red" layer includes
OBJECTID | KEY | STATUS | TRAM | BUS
"Blue" layer has
OBJECTID | KEY | INFO
Copied features from
"Blue" layer into
"Red" must inherit
In Graphical Modeler I am trying to copy features from the
"Blue" layer into
"Red" corresponding to several requirements:
"Blue"layer only those objects that are a logical continuation of the
"Red"layer and therefore complement it, match by
'BUS'attributes, moreover, other objects should be omitted.
Copying features from
"Red"one should be accomplished a certain number of times. For instance, lines with the same geometry must be inserted multiple times. On the image below, an example of different inserting number demonstrated.
I would like to know how shall I tackle this task to be able to achieve the result I am striving for? Perhaps, the manual approach still will give the highest quality? Since there are up to 20 objects exist.
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