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Short answer Yes Slightly longer answer The two applications save all their settings in different places and when they use different versions of the same library, these library versions can safely be installed side-by-side. It is encouraged and recommended to test QGIS 3.x (either current LTR or current release) (2.99 while there is no official release) ...


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I work in an environment where we use both softwares and here are my impressions. I began to use QGIS about a year ago when I finally became fed up with paying for additional extensions and licence levels. I find QGIS to be good for manipulating data and getting it into more open source friendly formats while ArcGIS is much better for Map creation. That ...


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First, to completely remove grass 7 you have to use: sudo apt-get purge grass or sudo apt-get remove --purge grass Afterward, you need to eliminate this repository of your /etc/apt/sources.list because it is the source of GRASS GIS 7.0 (stable): ppa:ubuntugis/ubuntugis-unstable and then: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install grass to install the ...


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In short, no, it doesn't appear that latest AutoCAD 2018 has a compatible plugin to use ArcGIS. According to Esri's ArcGIS for AutoCad and For AutoCAD 2013-2017 Installation recognizes the most recent version of AutoCAD 2016 and 2017, as well as previous version 2013-2015.


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I switched from using ArcMap to QGIS and I find the two very similar. I use QGIS for both large scale and small scale project. Sometimes I find it a bit slow if I have a very heavy file but you are able to render the file and create spatial indexes which considerably helps working with these files. QGIS offers 'on the fly re-projection' and handles my ...


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I suggest to use the SQL Server express that is accompanied with the ArcGIS Installation media (DVD) and stay away from newer versions of SQL Server for this purpose. If you downloaded the installation file from the Esri Customer Care portal, unzip the file and run the ESRI.exe. If you have an ISO file, use an ISO extractor to access the installation files ...


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No. The use of add ins in ArcGIS Pro is described in ArcGIS Pro Extensibility with Add-Ins


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I'm not sure I actually know the cause of the problem, but I have solved it (it now works for the users). The script tool we were trying to use was imported into the toolbox - it didn't have a separate .py file. I exported the script to a separate file and now it works. No other changes (so still the same toolbox I was using in 10.5). The really odd ...


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It may prove to be difficult to make all the tools visible/available due to Esri documentation Saving toolboxes to earlier versions Unless as PolyGeo mentioned, if it is a Python script. The internal format of toolboxes can change from release to release. In all cases, newer releases (such as release 10.2.1) can read older version toolboxes (such as 10.0) ...


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One option is to pin your package to >=0.7. Otherwise, here is a guide for you: https://pyproj4.github.io/pyproj/stable/crs_compatibility.html#geopandas


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Yes it is compatible, see here: http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/system-requirements/10.5/database-requirements-sqlserver.htm#GUID-0714EC60-B387-453D-A18D-6B4034196388


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QGIS 2.18.14 should work from OS X 10.8 and above. If you want to go back a few versions. I recommend you an LTR (long term release) rather than other ones, because of they are more stable. In this terms, you have the latest two LTR versions to choose, 2.8 and 2.14, specifically 2.8.9 and 2.14.8. The first one could be more suitable to your iMac, because ...


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Save your autocad drawing to an older version (2013) before adding it in. This the easiest way I've found. I haven't experienced any problems so far.


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I use QGIS as a Freelancer for large projects and consider the area you mention to be perfectly normal and not large at all, though much will depend on the capabilities of your iMacs. I regularly work on areas with a radius of 35km (so approximately 70x70km) and have not experienced any particular slowness or lack of capability in comparison to ArcGIS. ...


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Found this out a while ago and forgot I asked it on here. So far I found that there are 2 types of Windows OS's Windows RT and Windows 10. If the tablet is running Windows 10 many report good operation and functionality. However, if it is running Windows RT you won't be able to install QGIS onto it. It is likely that any tablet running Windows 10 will handle ...


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For 10.1 details requirements can be found at here As esri staff kpeter says about comparison between ArcSDE for SQL Server Express and ArcSDE geodatabases licensed with ArcGIS Server Enterprise Yes, you can use SQL Server Express with Enterprise. As for "...it's supposed to work fine", there are no functional limitations that ArcGIS places on it, but ...


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