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cslraju last won the day on March 25 2013

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  1. Hi, Could you please help get access to the Tutorial section. I'll try to be regular. Thanks.
  2. The best this is on the fly projection transformation capacity.
  3. It's bit late to reply. Based on your OS build environment (x86/x64), why don't you use Advanced User installer from here https://www.qgis.org/en/site/forusers/download.html? If you select advanced mode, you'll be able to install Python, GEOS, GDAL and various library which are hard compile from source in Windows platform. And the Python from OSGeo does not hamper ArcGI Python.
  4. It worked man. For my purpose, I had to build the coverage 2 times. One for getting the NAT (node attribute tables) and one for updated ARC. I wonder why doesn't shapefile contain any topological information? What were they thinking?
  5. I've been wondering, if there's a way to generate a connectivity matrix for the vertices of multipart polyline. For instance a_____b____c____f | | | d a is connected to b b is connected to a, c, d c is connected to b,f d is connected to b f is connected to c If I can get this information, then it'll be helpful for me to build a web-app. Any suggestion?
  6. This is just great. I've been searching for such resource for so long. ESRI only provide absolutely nothing. In fact, there's a manual for Geoprocessing in ArcGIS 9 but not 10. They available training courses are way beyond Expensive.
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