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Adding a more recent answer here - Open Street Map Osmdata.xyz, https://download.osmdata.xyz/, allows you to download a global extract of OSM data by primary feature, so in this case you'd download "aeroways," which includes a TON of airport-related data, including runways, gates, etc., as well as a lot of other non-related airport data, so you'd have to ...


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I've been working on opentopodata.org as a free, open alternative to the Google Maps Elevation API. Request URLs look like this: https://api.opentopodata.org/v1/eudem25m?locations=51.875127,-3.341298 and the response is similar to Google Maps: { "results": [ { "elevation": 502.43035888671875, "location": { "lat": 51.875127, ...


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This website has it. You can either download the MultiPolygon data as a shapefile or as a GeoPackage. Direct Link.


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In this web, you have a lot of free GIS sources: https://freegisdata.rtwilson.com/# Maybe you can find there the info you need, regards.


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You may have more luck with the Photon Geocoder described at https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Photon . You can contact Komoot for the usage policy on their public instance. Photon does provide a 53GB compressed search index of the whole world, see github for installation details. They don't mention uncompressed size of the index, though.


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You can add a property to all the features of each collection that designates where the reduction came from. Here, I .set() a column name called 'variable' to each feature in both feature collections. For sstHS_region features, I set the variable name as 'sstHS' and for the salHS_region features I set the variable name as 'salHS'. sstHS_region = ...


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I have created a work around with this issue. I think it will be beneficial to others trying to establish an open data site through hub. In Model Builder I have brought in each feature class that I plan to put on our Open Data Site. Each layer I have ran 'feature class to feature class' and created a new FGDB that this will populate. The model will also ...


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You can import excel to ArcMap. Just add the data as usual using the add data button in the toolbar and select the sheet with the data. Then, right click the table in the Table of Contents and click 'Display XY Data..' and select the appropriate X field, Y field, and Z. Also, this would be when you would enter the coordinate system (generally this is WGS84 ...


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You can go here: https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/tiger-line-shapefile-2017-nation-u-s-current-county-and-equivalent-national-shapefile Then just download the shapefile and get the coordinates from that (Make sure it's in the correct coordinate system or change the coordinate system first)


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