Skip to content


Here are 681 public repositories matching this topic...

vascanera commented Oct 7, 2020

Hello Maurits,
This is more of a request than it is an actual issue, but I think the value in this request is really high (for newcomers, especially - but not limited to).
Could you please add a COMPLETE application example of using the API (with user authentication, maybe even with the user-creation SQL script, table authorization, etc).
This would be really really helpful as a quickstart /

bagage commented Dec 26, 2019

When you try to use a column of type JSON, tegola fails:

util.go:155: 114 type is not supported. (Expected it to be a stringer type)
map.go:202: err fetching tile (z: 7, x: 64, y: 46) features: for layer (cities-point) unable to convert field [3] (string) of type (114 - json) to a suitable value: map[dates:map[2017:3044 2018:4] simplified:[]]

It would be awesome if it could be supported

keithdoggett commented Mar 4, 2021

In order to determine the properties of a geometry column, the OID::Spatial#parse_sql_type method is called in the SchemaStatements#initialize_type_map method for geometry types. This method parses a sql_type (ex. "geometry(Polygon,4326)") and derives the geo_type, srid, has_z, has_m, and geographic properties from the string.

The problem is that after a join, sql_type comes i

Neo4j Spatial is a library of utilities for Neo4j that faciliates the enabling of spatial operations on data. In particular you can add spatial indexes to already located data, and perform spatial operations on the data like searching for data within specified regions or within a specified distance of a point of interest. In addition classes are provided to expose the data to geotools and thereby to geotools enabled applications like geoserver and uDig.

  • Updated Aug 12, 2021
  • Scheme
richb-hanover commented Apr 13, 2020

I created a report (#182) because, as a newbie to Mapwarper, I didn't realize how to enter lat-long manually for the control points. I was confused by the GUI - I didn't understand what I was seeing. Here is what ran through my mind when I first saw the Rectify page after importing my PNG file:

  1. I saw my image on the left, and the world map on the right. I wondered why the world was shown the

Improve this page

Add a description, image, and links to the postgis topic page so that developers can more easily learn about it.

Curate this topic

Add this topic to your repo

To associate your repository with the postgis topic, visit your repo's landing page and select "manage topics."

Learn more