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Here is how I made the file for you: Got tabular data with country names, currency, and currency code from github here: https://gist.github.com/HarishChaudhari/4680482#file-country-code-to-currency-code-mapping-csv Downloaded country layer from ESRI here:https://hub.arcgis.com/datasets/a21fdb46d23e4ef896f31475217cbb08_1 Change ESRI .dbf table to .csv table, ...


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Let's make a reproducible example... First use the raster::getData package to get a raster of the heights of Liechtenstein (because Liechtenstein is quite small so we can see what its doing, and also because I played in a band that had a number 3 hit in the country...): > library(raster) > library(sp) > raster1 = getData('alt', country='LIE', mask=...


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If your destination is an ESRI geodatabase (enterprise geodatabase or file geodatabase). Use the "Feature Class to Feature Class" tool, or the "Copy Features" tool. For more information (including the difference between the two tools) see: Difference between Copy Features and Feature Class to Feature Class tools? OR, if you only want the attributes, and ...


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That's a pretty good map. I have no major complaints. Here are a few comments and minor suggestions. Please consider them in the context of what you're trying to communicate, and who your target audience is. I don't read Russian, so disregard any comments or suggestions that are already fixed by the text on the map. As Kurt suggested, you could definitely ...


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