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You can't load those layers in ArcGIS. The "layers" are provided as a Web Map Service, meaning you only get the image of where the data is located and the actual vector data which is available for purchase in SOI's (Mapi) website. You can try and ask someone there if the data is available trhough WMS/WFS as well, which will enable you to open the layer as ...


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The Postal Code dataset in Google Earth Pro appears to be somewhat out of date in certain areas, and there isn't a way to extract the data from Earth's built-in layers, so I would suggest going to the source for this data. Searching data.gov for "postal code" brings up many datasets for different geographies, and time periods. I suggest looking through ...


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Tested on QGIS 2.18 and QGIS 3.4 Additionally, I can suggest using a "Virtual Layer" through Layer > Add Layer > Add/Edit Virtual Layer... Let's assume we have the following layer "some_points" with its corresponding attribute table, and one additional CSV-file "data" that has to be joined, see image below. With the following query, it is possible ...


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Duplicating the layer in QGIS Canvas does not mean creating a new shapefile in your hard disk (HDD), you are still referencing to the same shapefile in your HDD. To create a new shapefile you need to right-click -> Export -> Save feature as and create a new shapefile. Before exporting to a new shapefile, you can uncheck the fields that you do not ...


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Here is some boiler plate code to set up active view events. You'll just need to write a function that checks if the item added is a shapefile. Call that function from Events_ItemAdded(). public static IActiveViewEvents_Event ActiveViewEvent; private void WireDocumentEvents() { // Event handlers ArcMap.Events.CloseDocument +=...


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The event handler for capturing layers added to the map is IActiveViewEvents.ItemAdded Make sure its pointing to a Map and not PageLayout. You would then test to see if it is specifically a shapefile.


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I don't quite understand the intended logic of jsfiddle code, but there is definitely no need to load GeoJSON on each tree node selection/click, it can be loaded once at the beginning and then it's features iterated through when neccessary. The other thing is that you should never modify internal Leaflet _leaflet_id property. You can only read it with ...


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These kinds of problems are byproducts of data creation/organisation. If you use data for map creation you will not necessary organise your data/database the same way than for data analysis (and I guess that webmapping may have different requirement than printed map). The way (file format, data organisation...) the data are provided are generally not what ...


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You should find what you want there : Processing toolbox / QGIS geoalgorithms / Vector general tools / Polygon from layer extent


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You've tagged QGIS, so I assume you're trying to view it there. However, it doesn't even load in a simple JS viewer: http://3d-cpd.bangkok.go.th/ArcGIS/rest/services/BMA3D_2D_WMS_TTD/MapServer?f=jsapi Console error: Unchecked runtime.lastError: The message port closed before a response was received. I dont think there is much you can do. It looks like ...


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I solved it. It seems, that not all tools can work with a band selection as input. The used GDAL "Clip raster by extent" tool was not able to deal with that. I then inserted the GDAL "Rearrange bands" tool before the clipping tool. That tool is able to choose a specific band based on the input selection and to forward it to the next tool.


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You may download a shapefile of the quaternary watersheds for most of the province (James Bay/Hudson Bay watershed looks to be excluded) from LIO: https://www.javacoeapp.lrc.gov.on.ca/geonetwork/srv/en/main.home?uuid=7a99025f-b894-4b8c-97c4-60f830fa1acc There are a number of good resources there, which you can download and use in your own GIS. I'm not ...


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