I interpolated temperature data observed on an urban area formed by 12 locations. Now i would like to remove all interpolated values that are outside the shapefile layer. How can i do it? The shapefile links: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0u76k3yegvr09sx/LimiteAMG.shp?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/yxsmm3v2ey3ngsp/LimiteAMG.cpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/yx05n31dfkggbb6/LimiteAMG.dbf?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/a6nk0xczgjeen2d/LimiteAMG.prj?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/royw7s51n2f0a6x/LimiteAMG.qpj?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/7k44dcl1k5891qc/LimiteAMG.shx?dl=0 The Data is: Lat Lon T 0 20.8208 -103.4434 22.0 1 20.7019 -103.4728 21.9 2 20.6833 -103.3500 24.2 3 20.6280 -103.4261 NaN 4 20.7205 -103.3172 25.7 5 20.7355 -103.3782 24.0 6 20.6593 -103.4136 NaN 7 20.6740 -103.3842 25.0 8 20.7585 -103.3904 23.0 9 20.6230 -103.4265 NaN 10 20.6209 -103.5004 20.0 11 20.6758 -103.6439 26.8 12 20.7084 -103.3901 24.4 …

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Hi, all. I would like to know about convertion from (x, y) to (latitude, longitude)? For Example: In my project(windows form - VB.NET) i have a Panel (control) and have a MouseMove Event then when i moving the mouse it have a location such as: Label1.text = e.X Label2.text = e.Y So how to convert it to?: Label1.text = Latitude(e.X) Label2.text = Longitude(e.Y) Your answer would be greatly appreciated. *Thanks,* **Bazzer Respeto**

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:( Sorry the topic spelled incorrectly.. I can't edit it noe.. sorry for that Friends again need you so badly.. I'm developing my simple GIS application, actually here's what I developed so far.. [CODE] import java.awt.BorderLayout; import java.awt.Color; import java.awt.Dimension; import javax.swing.BoxLayout; import javax.swing.ImageIcon; import javax.swing.JButton; import javax.swing.JFrame; import javax.swing.JLabel; import javax.swing.JPanel; import javax.swing.JScrollPane; class GUItest01 { public void go(){ JFrame frame = new JFrame("app"); frame.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); ImageIcon image = new ImageIcon("C:/icon.jpg"); JLabel label = new JLabel(image); label.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(1200, 1000)); JScrollPane jScrollPane = new JScrollPane(label); JPanel panel = new JPanel(); frame.add(jScrollPane, BorderLayout.CENTER); //frame.setResizable(false); panel.setBackground(Color.cyan); panel.setLayout(new BoxLayout(panel, BoxLayout.Y_AXIS)); JButton button = new …

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I am very new to Python and scripting and am trying to write script to delete any point feature classes in my .gdb. I have found an example, but can't get it to run. Your help is greatly appreciated. [CODE] import arcpy arcpy.env.workspace = r"E:\GIS_255\Week5\Harmon_Wk5_GIS255\KingCounty.gdb" import string try: fcList = arcpy.ListFeatureClasses("","point", "") for fc in fcList: Lst = arcpy.Describe(fc) if string.lower(Lst.shapeType) == "point": print str(fc) + " is a " + Lst.shapeType + " feature class" else: print str(fc) + "The shapetype is unknown" except: print "Script failed" # Set local variables inFeatures = "points" outFeatures = r"E:\GIS_255\Week5\Harmon_Wk5_GIS255\output.gdb\new_points" tempLayer = …

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There's a map for that. And now nonprofits can get it for free. ESRI, the company that produces the ARCView series of geographic information systems applications, [URL="http://www.esri.com/nonprofit/index.html"]announced [/URL]today its Nonprofit Organization Program, intended to provide copies of the seminal mapping software for free to nonprofits. "The Esri Nonprofit Organization Program is designed to provide conservation and humanitarian nonprofit organizations around the world an affordable means of acquiring ArcGIS software and services," the company said. Other types of nonprofit organizations may also be eligible for membership in the program. Mapping software is an extremely useful way of displaying data with a …

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Hi all, I'm new here , and I’m new in programming , especially c#, but i work very hard. I have some work to do , particularly saying master degree project. Main thing what i have to do is to create some primitives in 3d , using a text file from GIS system. In this file I have x y z points data from laser scanner , and some RGB data. The problem witch I facing now is how to draw this primitives ( simple objects like rectangular , squares) and is it a possibility to render it in c# …

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You could call it Santa 6.0. In what's becoming a regular product cycle, Google [URL="http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/now-dasher-now-dancer-track-santa-and.html"]announced[/URL] today the new features that Santa-tracking kids of all ages could expect starting on Christmas Eve at 2 am EST: primarily, support for the Google Earth plug-in, meaning that users will be able to watch Santa from within a browser rather than having to run the Google Earth software. "Last year, users were prompted to install Google Earth, download the .kmz file, then open the .kmz in Google Earth. For some less-than-technically-savvy users, this 3-part process was confusing and difficult," explained the [URL="http://googlegeodevelopers.blogspot.com/2009/12/this-year-santa-is-totally-plugged-in.html"]Google Geo Developers …

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Hi everyone.. can i have sample using TatukGIS in delphi please.. i just try TatukGIS sample but somehow canot understand how to make it.. i need for tracking, load shp file, get NMEA from COMPort and drawing a picture (symbol) in map using Long Lat.. TIA

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I need to build a simple GIS or map view component for a larger system for my Final Year Project. But I have no prior experience in the field. Therefore I need to add this component as a additional feature only and with the least amount of effort and time. Therefore, is java suitable for this purpose? What kind of an IDE can you recommend? Are there any highlevel Java APIs that can be used for GIS development? Or any platforms for building GIS?

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Are there any APIs or components that can be used for GIS development?

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Ah, yes, the wonderful Christmas tradition of watching Santa's travels around the world using a missile defense system. It's actually a very sweet story. "The tradition began in 1955 after a Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck & Co. advertisement for children to call Santa misprinted the telephone number," explains the NORAD Santa website. "Instead of reaching Santa, the phone number put kids through to the CONAD Commander-in-Chief's operations "hotline." The Director of Operations at the time, Colonel Harry Shoup, had his staff check radar for indications of Santa making his way south from the North Pole. Children who called were given …

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If you like the Google Earth mapping application, there's now an application that works with it and provides information on [URL="http://earth.google.com/outreach/kml_entry.html#tMarine%20Protected%20Areas"]"Marine Protected Areas"[/URL] on the Earth. Installing the application shows all the various marine protected areas (MPAs); clicking on them provides some information, including a link to [URL="http://mpas.appspot.com/pa?id=agRtcGFzchULEg1Qcm90ZWN0ZWRBcmVhGJv9AQw"]more detailed information[/URL]. Depending on the MPA, users may be able to see photos and video as well. Around 4,500 spots scattered around the world's oceans have been designated as marine protected areas, which means activities such as commercial or recreational fishing are restricted or banned to protect dwindling stocks of fish and …

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Just months after [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3136.html"]Google purchased [/URL]the entire online rights to a new satellite's imagery, the U.S. government, citing budget concerns, has [URL="http://www.usatoday.com/news/washington/2008-10-21-cognress-satellites_N.htm"]canceled plans[/URL] to launch two more commercial satellites. According to the Associated Press, the House and Senate intelligence appropriations committees cut approximately $1.7 billion in funding for 2008 and 2009. The National Reconnaissance Office was supposed to buy and launch two commercial-like satellites around 2012 under the program called the Broad Area Space-Based Imagery Collection satellite system, or BASIC, the article continued. Instead, approximately $300 million has been set aside for the Pentaon to determine whether it needs additional …

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If you like using Google Maps and Google Earth in your applications, you're about to get better access to imagery. GeoEye Inc. of Dulles, Va., launched last Saturday a [URL="http://geoeye.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=304"]satellite[/URL] intended to provide high-resolution black-and-white and multispectral imagery. GeoEye and Google announced in [URL="http://www.reuters.com/article/internetNews/idUSN2837224420080829"]August[/URL] that Google had purchased the online commercial rights to all the images. Currently, Google uses imagery from another GeoEye satellite, IKONOS, but GeoEye-1 offers higher resolution -- .41m for monochromatic compared to 1m on IKONOS. However, due to U.S. security restrictions, a resolution of only .5m can be offered commercially. In other words, the images will …

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With gas still hovering at $4 a gallon, the Arctic ice caps melting, and our waistlines expanding, walking is more important than ever. But how to figure out whether a particular home or work location is a good one for walking? Well, there's a way. [URL="http://www.walkscore.com/"]www.walkscore.com[/URL] is another one of those wonderful Google Map applications. You give it an address, and it looks at the various businesses in the area and calculates a "walkability score" based on the availability of common services within walking distance. Needless to say, cities tend to be more walkable than the country, and [URL="http://news.google.com/news?hl=en&ned=&q=walkscore&ie=UTF-8&scoring=n&sa=N&start=0"]a number …

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