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Here is a simple demo, data from 2 different GeoJSON files. http://www.gistechsolutions.com/leaflet/DEMO/sports/index2.html It's just like your example, but it has 2 layers. Basically you have 2 urls, one for each source. and a simple layer control to turn them on or off. https://leafletjs.com/reference-1.5.0.html#control-layers


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To load the json(geojson) from file, use ajax (jquery ajax or leaflet ajax). see here.


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You can work with Layer Groups (one layer for the polylines, one for the markers): https://leafletjs.com/examples/layers-control/


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Yes, you can create 3 separate styles with a filter that selects only the features you want styled. Or you can create one style with 3 rules each with a filter to select the required filters. In the first case, you will see only on type of polygons at a time (unless you request the layer more than once); in the second case you will see all three types of ...


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Conceptually I believe the answer lies in the following filter. ee.Filter.contains() , however, I have never been able to implement it correctly. Having said that, I do have a workaround. If you go to the inspector tab, and then click on the images that you are interested it (the ones that contain your ROI) you can see the WRS_PATH and WRS_ROW in the ...


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If you just want to hide points for visual purposes and don't want to create a new shapefile: Follow the instructions in ahmadhanb's answer to select all points which intersect your polygon. Open field calculator for of your point layer. Ensure the 'Only update xx selected features' box is ticked. Create a new field named "Filter". Field type can be integer....


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To keep only the points that are in the green layer, find the Select by location tool in the Processing Toolbox. Use the Select by location tool with the following settings: Select features from point layer Where the features (geometry predicate) intersect By comparing to the features from polygon layer Now you have selected all the points that fall inside ...


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This source https://docs.datastax.com/en/dse/5.1/cql/cql/cql_using/cqlSyntax.html#Escapingcharacters is the best documentation I could find, when I was encountering this CQL problem. It states that: [...] To use a single quotation mark itself in a string literal, escape it using a single quotation mark. And then shows this example: INSERT INTO cycling....


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