New answers tagged

0

In the answer with the most votes, the link to judicial_districts.shp does not work. Also, it seemed to point to OneDrive, leaving the provenance unclear. I've found a shapefile of the 94 US District Court jurisdictions on the "Homeland Infrastructure Foundation-Level Data (HIFLD)" site. I haven't found a GIS map of the Federal circuits, but there'...


0

http://projects.datameet.org/maps/ Found this to be a good source.


0

This is probably a late reply but I found a good source for all small scale block names for the entirety of japan. It's quite useful. http://geoshape.ex.nii.ac.jp/vector-adm/


0

It is possible to export the whole project (files and styles) in a specif folder, that you can easily send to anyone, with the plugin "QPackage". Another option could be to save the project files, styles and layers to a geopackage file, or it is possible to use a PostGIS database making it accessible from other PC.


1

Sounds like the easiest would be to send the QGIS project file and get both paths and styles. Or try qlr files, I havent: Difference between Layer Definition File (qlr) and QGIS Layer Style File (qml)? But to export paths of all added layers you can use pyqgis to write them to a text file: with open(r'C:\GIS\data\testdata\layerlist.txt','w') as f: for ...


0

I found usable free shp files at https://tapiquen-sig.jimdofree.com/english-version/free-downloads/europe/.


0

I would download data from here https://geojson.co/ , if you need all the countries in one file, then input - England+Scotland+Wales+Northern Ireland, unless you need each county in a separate file, then you just input each country name one after the other download.


3

Shapefiles utilize IEEE 64-bit floating-point representation to store coordinates. They have a precision of at least micrometres at the Equator and 180th meridian using decimal degrees, far in excess of the capabilities of geodata collection. Shapefiles can map the logic gates of modern semiconductor CPUs within a UTM zone, if x-ray crystallography or a ...


1

Given all of the political and military contention surrounding Pakistan's borders through the years, my guess is that you are seeing some "version" of the border on Google Maps that does not match your own understanding of the border. Try checking other sources too, like OpenStreetMap It is also possible that the shapefile you are using is intended ...


6

A shapefile is capable of representing features on the ground to within a centimetre of precision. Disagreements between two spatial data sets that claim to represent the same entity may occur for several reasons. Representing a curved border with centimetre precision requires a lot of points along the border. This makes your data set very very large. In ...


0

Try here: https://mydata.biz/ru/catalog/databases/borders_ru ; there are 9 levels to choose from, the most detailed of which is level 8.


3

The UN maintains M49 codes for every country, continent and some regions. There is not one for countries in the EU, but there are several others for various political/economic regions. I'm not sure how many non-UN datasets use these codes but they do exist. I'm dropping the UN's M49 methodology page below, as well as the wikipedia page on M49 (it has all of ...


Top 50 recent answers are included