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The intersection tool is located under Vector --> Geoprocessing Tools --> Intersection. You can assign a color to the resulting layer after processing You can export your data to MS Excel XLSX by right clicking on the layer --- > Export ---> Save features As then choosing MS Office Open XML Spreadsheet. If you need all the above tasks to be processed ...


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As others have said, the LineCombiner can't put all 4 lines into 1 because they would not really be a line then. In FME Lingo, you need to "aggregate" the 4 lines into a multi-part line, which can then be saved to most GIS/SpatialDatabase systems as a multi geometry. You'd do this by first ensuring your point(s) have some kind of unique ID on them. The ...


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I tried to take your question becuase it is an interesting one to be solved with an SLQ statement. Reading your tittle the case was either a linestring & polygon or a linestring & multipolygon type on the picture below (Source: Introduction to PostGIS): But it seems you are mixing concepts. I GIS there is a limited number of geometry types ...


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Convert the polygons to lines under Vector drop-down menu, then select Geometry Tools, then use the Polygons to Lines to convert the polygons to lines. In the Processing toolbox under Vector Overlay use the Line Intersections tool to create points at the intersection of your lines and the polygon lines. Select all the lines that intersect your new ...


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You should reset the reading of the second layer after you have iterated over all features of this layer. This will make sure that when the second geometry of the first layer is processed, all features of the second layer are available again. See this example: for feat1 in srcLay1: geom1 = feat1.GetGeometryRef() for feat2 in srcLay2: ...


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