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I found a script online from University of Southampton that does exactly what I was looking for. It can be downloaded here: http://aztool.geodata.soton.ac.uk/ AZTool is a software program for automated zone design, developed by Prof David Martin, Dr Samantha Cockings, Andrew Harfoot and various colleagues in the School of Geography and Environmental Science ...


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I have solved the issue. The problem was that the 4 rasters' CRS and Extent coordinates were not set in their Metadata. I have regenerated the values for each raster. The Merge tool now produces the intended raster.


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You cannot simply merge rasters if they do not align. That is, if they have a different resolution and/or a different origin. I believe ArcMap automatically resamples the data to help you out. Well intended, I am sure, but it can also be a recipe sloppy data processing pipelines and for not spotting errors. In some cases, the differences are very small, ...


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I'm not an R guy, but this is really simple in SQL. If you call SQL statements in your R script, or are comfortable converting SQL syntax to R: SELECT * FROM df1 INNER JOIN df2 ON df1.year = df2.year and ST_INTERSECTS(df1.geom,df2.geom) Otherwise, I would explore GeoPandas sjoin. This is a 2 part hack that first combines the two dataframes, then select the ...


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Use the (criminally underused) 'Aggregate' tool in the Processing Toolbox. Group by name; set first_value as the aggregate function for the name field, and concatenate_unique for the other two fields, using / as the delimiter (if that's how you want it). Sample data - note two distinct name values, 111 and 123 Processing options: Result: The tool will ...


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You were almost there but you made some R errors. Below a full reproducible example shp_merge_spatial = function(las, shp) UseMethod("shp_merge_spatial", las) shp_merge_spatial.LAScluster = function(las, shp) { # The function is automatically fed with LAScluster objects # Here the input 'las' will a LAScluster las <- readLAS(las) ...


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You can try this online tool: GPX Weaver - Simple GPX Editor You can upload multiple GPX files, merge and delete tracks and segments, as well as change track color for BMW Navigators.


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