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To calculate that fields you can use regex function regexp_substr(). In the field calculator create new field with expressions: For retrieving text characters (non-digits) regexp_substr("your_field"),'(\\D+)') This takes from "pvc400" only "pvc" For retrieving numbers (digits) with regexp_substr("your_field",'(\\d+)') This takes from "pvc400" only "400"...


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Best thing to do with questions here is to make a representative simple example. Here's a 3x4 raster with some values: r = raster(matrix(c(1,1,1,2,1,3,55,12,3,3,2,1),3,4)) Now build a data frame - find the unique ID values: ids = unique(r[]) ids # [1] 1 2 55 3 12 And make a data frame like yours with a couple of data columns: d = data.frame(ID=...


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Both } and { are an unsafe characters in a URL and should only be included in a URL if they are URL encoded. { becomes %7B and }becomes %7D The URL you should store is: https://www.zillow.com/tx/?searchQueryState=%7B%22pagination%22:%7B%7D,%22usersSearchTerm%22:%22texas%22,%22mapBounds%22:%7B%22west%22:-98.7578398,%22east%22:-98.7547018,%22south%22:29....


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I searched for a similar solution as you described! I guess it is not possible... yet! However, instead of using "duplicates by attributes" I used the "Dissolve" tool to merge features by attribute. And then I used the new layer as a hidden layer as you did.


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