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You can do it but not with just one tool. You can create a model with the following process: Merge vector layers. Use the plugin: 'Dissolve with stats' and make sum. This will join all the value and, in this case, if you have a value of 2 means that the species is within both polygons. Notice that this 'Dissolve with stats' tool can't make sum with null ...


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There is actually a very simple trick. Suppose you want to sort by field "A" first, and then by field "B" within "A". First left click on the header of the field "B" (click once for ascending sort, a second time for descending) in the attribute table. Then left click on the header of field "A" (once for ASC, 2nd time for DESC). This last action will have ...


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In no way the best solution to this as it will require some formatting of the csv after download. But it was the quickest I could do without having to spend way too much time re-writing all your code. When you want to export to a csv, what you export is the properties of a feature collection. So I made a null geometry feature collection containing your ...


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You do not specify the software? In arcgis the "From TIN" toolset will convert the tin to another geometry from which you can get the attribute table. While it is possible to "Build a Raster Attribute Table" with the tool of the same name in ArcGIS this is for integer format tables because these are likely to have a limited number of values for each of ...


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