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After following the instructions in this link: https://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//005s00000023000000 use "Build Raster Attribute Table" using the spatial data you wish to connect. Then, you can now add the .mdb using Join Table if you right click the output in the Build Raster Attribute Table in the Table of Contents.


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Whenever I get into this kind of situation I usually use spatial joins using spatial databases directly. This approach is learn and forget while using ever changing GUI isn't. If you have dynamic sources and some kind of integration you could use it to dynamically update maps. This approach is better when you have a lot of features. No matter which approach ...


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Take a look at this question and the answer provided Empty fields after joining attributes by location to join point to polygon layer it might be helpful. Also you can look at the link provided in the comment by @Taras https://docs.qgis.org/3.16/en/docs/user_manual/processing_algs/qgis/vectorgeneral.html#join-attributes-by-location-summary, provides ...


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I fixed it by getting a list of the files I want (there will be only one file). Then I concatenate the output filepath with the first item in that list (index position zero). That way like @Hornbydd says it's not a list it's an actual file for the in_file. arcpy.env.workspace = outputs arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True in_file = arcpy.ListFiles("*_Merged....


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The process of joining data from csv to a shapefile is called Table Join. In order to join attributes from a csv file to a shapefile, both need to have fields (column which contain data) that they share together or common to both. (I will show an illustration using QGIS 2.18, process should be similar on any recent version) There are different ways or ...


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I have resolved my issue. I used a concat function in my CSV file and added an identical field to the shapefile attribute table. I then joined the two at that field.


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