Not being content with my last model…. . I dove back in because I really need to name the points something because the forestry guys almost always use GARMIN GPS equipment. After sitting on this for a week the question became “How do I name everything” and get it to the point where the model […]
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I should model more….but I don’t. You’re welcome. Anyway – the last few weeks I’ve been boring you with tales of topology and now I’m going to bore you with tales of building a model. One of my longest running jobs has been in Forestry and that’s pretty much a set of repeatable processes. With […]
So lets dive more into “I need to fix my data”. In this case I have two layers – one is polygon and one is linestring.The polygon layer has overlaps and gaps. The linestring layer has dangles and is not intersected correctly causing more dangles. We looked at the polygon in the last post….and that’s […]
When you’re writing a blog two things tend to happen: You rehash old topics that you covered 4 or 5 years ago. Usually that’s fine because something has changed enough you can cover it again and not sound repetitive. You get to the point where “I really don’t want to talk about anything”. I’ve been […]