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To configure the minimum and maximum values of a single band gray symbol you must configure the QgsContrastEnhancement Apply and modify the values of the following code to see the effect capa=iface.activeLayer() renderer=capa.renderer() provider=capa.dataProvider() GrayRenderer = QgsSingleBandGrayRenderer(provider,1) #create a new renderer #If you don't ...


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The QGIS raster import for netcdf uses the GDAL drivers which assume the data follows the CF conventions, and the multidimensional arrays within the data in (...Y,X) order per this: Dimension The NetCDF driver assume that data follows the CF-1 convention from UNIDATA The dimensions inside the NetCDF file use the following rules: (Z,Y,X). If there are more ...


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The red exclamation mark is known as a broken link, you can use the MXD Doctor that can recover entities from the broken file to a new map document or to an existing map document. You can refer to the link (Using the MXD Doctor) for a better understanding You can also follow the below steps to get the layer working. In the table of contents, right-click ...


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First make sure to unzip the .zip-archive, do not open the .qgz directly inside the archive. If you already did so, here a non-python answer: Unzip your .qgz file using a zipping-software of your choice (7-Zip, WinZip, Winrar, ...) You will receive a .qgs file Create a Backup of it, just in case something goes wrong (or just unpack it again in case) Open it ...


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In your first example teren should be global so you can remove the old layer before adding a new one $( document ).ready(function() { var teren; $("#id_primarie").change(function(){ console.log('test'); map.removeLayer(teren); var id_primarie = $('#id_primarie').val();...


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Simply - No. You can "query", and by query, I mean do a Map Export on a mapservice to get an IMAGE of all the layers. Eg. http://sampleserver6.arcgisonline.com/arcgis/rest/services/Water_Network/MapServer/export? But to do an attribute query you must do it on each layer individually. The RESTful contract when making a query needs to be pretty well ...


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This is likely because of a Google Earth Pro outage earlier this week, which caused most Layers and the Historical Imagery tool to disappear for some people. You should be able to get them back by using the Repair Tool (in the Help menu) to clear the disk cache. More info and detailed instructions in this support forum post: https://support.google.com/earth/...


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