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I have two layers, one of points and one of lines. Visually, is something like thise:

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As you can see, each line has two points, as it was a graph with vertices and edges.

The properties in the attributes table of the lines are only the IDs, the sames goes for the points.

I tried a Join by location (intersection) and I got somethin like this:

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So for each edge (segment) I have two rows, one relating it to a point, the second row connecting it to the other.

What I would like to obtain is having just a single row for each edge, with two related value (so two more columns, not only one), reporting the IDs of the two endpoint of that edge.

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  • At least one of those lines is unconnected within the viewfield
    – Vince
    Commented Feb 23 at 17:38
  • Look at the aggregate tool.
    – John
    Commented Feb 23 at 17:45
  • @Vince How that is a helpful comment? that is just a screenshoot of a part of the example
    – Cla
    Commented Feb 23 at 17:52
  • It changes the problem if lines cross each other, and it visually distracts from the problem statement.
    – Vince
    Commented Feb 23 at 17:54
  • ok look only at the table then
    – Cla
    Commented Feb 23 at 17:56

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In the Field Calculator use:

array_to_string(overlay_intersects('Point',$id))

with layer Line and Point. The Point layer has a field with IDs. The field type for the new field is array. Or you can use string.

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Solution 2

You make two fields and for the first you sue this code:

(overlay_intersects('Point', $id))[0]

and for the second you use this code:

(overlay_intersects('Point',$id))[1]

Snapping tolerance

If you have problems with snapping the points you can try:

overlay_nearest('Point', $id, max_distance:=0.0001)[0]

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