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Sahleselassie Amare
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Dear brothers and sisters,

In Arc vie and Arc GIS, we can import GPS data in the form of point map. How can we do that in ILWIS? I know we can import tables into ILWIS from excel in text format etc. My question is can we import them and display them in the form of POINT MAP?
Please let me know if there are some methods there?
thank you!

Sahleselassie.

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 Thank you.
 I suppose i can do exports from sql server to postgis easily
 i hope...? I will investigate with arcgis and python.
 
 I kind of like the idea of postgres but the organisation has
 already sql server and arcgis and arcpy and which are pretty
 good too especially for mapping and web mapping
 I think i will run an smce for an area and evaluate
 performance.
 
 Thank you
 
 
 
 Sent from my iPhone
 
 On 12 Aug 2015, at 8:53 pm, schouwenburg [via 52? North -
 ILWIS Community Forum] <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
 wrote:
 
 Yes. From SqlServer you still have to do an export and then
 an import in shape, we do have a direct connection to a
 postgres/gis database but not to sql server.
 
 I don't think there is a limit to the size of the criteria
 trees but I don?t know how practical it is to have them very
 large. Anyway I am not an expert in the SMCE, my colleague,
 who programmed it, is back from holidays next week. Maybe
 you could ask him.
 
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 Subject: [Ilwis] arcgis server, SQL server and smce
 
 Hi all,
 I have a a couple of questions I have relating to Ilwis Open
 Source and SMCE
 :
 - My organisation uses ESRI gis software and SQL server
 database. I have used Smce in the past and I remember having
 to export shapefiles to then import to ILWIS them to be able
 to use them as criteria layers. Is this still necessary? Is
 there a way to have smce read inputs directly from Sql
 server, or from arcgis server somehow?  I need to
 determine of we would need to develop a solution for
 importing data into Ilwis (maybe with arcpy, or in c# - I
 understand ilwis is written in c#) ?
 - I there a limit to the size of input data for criteria
 trees? We deal with a rather large area, the State of
 Queensland, and I need to determine if I'll need a strategy
 of processing smaller regions.
 I want to use smce for natural hazards response and
 resilience, and I am on the process of developing a proposal
 to my Managers. There are many aspects to consider, and I
 wanted to find out about the technical issues with gis and
 database software, and what would be the best strategy 
 and whether I will need some extra development to go from
 arcgis gdb on sql server to ilwis, then the actual smce
 processing, and then maybe back to esri formats for
 presentation.
 I hope all is well over in NL, best regards,
 
 
 
 
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Re: point data import

Bas Retsios
Hi!

If you have a GPX file in XML format, start ILWIS and try
File->Import->GDAL->vector->GPX. If that doesn't work, please send me
the GPX file that you are trying (as an e-mail attachment).
If your file is in plain-text format (non-XML, but one line per
GPS-location), import it as a table (File->Import->ILWIS->Table->Comma
Delimited). On the table that you will get, apply the operation "Table
to Pointmap".

Cheers,

Bas Retsios
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On 17/8/2015 13:08, Sahleselassie Amare wrote:

> Dear brothers and sisters,
>
> In Arc vie and Arc GIS, we can import GPS data in the form of point map. How can we do that in ILWIS? I know we can import tables into ILWIS from excel in text format etc. My question is can we import them and display them in the form of POINT MAP?
> Please let me know if there are some methods there?
> thank you!
>
> Sahleselassie.
>
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>   Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 05:51:23 -0700 (MST)
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>   Subject: Re: [Ilwis] arcgis server, SQL server and smce
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>   Thank you.
>   I suppose i can do exports from sql server to postgis easily
>   i hope...? I will investigate with arcgis and python.
>  
>   I kind of like the idea of postgres but the organisation has
>   already sql server and arcgis and arcpy and which are pretty
>   good too especially for mapping and web mapping
>   I think i will run an smce for an area and evaluate
>   performance.
>  
>   Thank you
>  
>  
>  
>   Sent from my iPhone
>  
>   On 12 Aug 2015, at 8:53 pm, schouwenburg [via 52? North -
>   ILWIS Community Forum] <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
>   wrote:
>  
>   Yes. From SqlServer you still have to do an export and then
>   an import in shape, we do have a direct connection to a
>   postgres/gis database but not to sql server.
>  
>   I don't think there is a limit to the size of the criteria
>   trees but I don?t know how practical it is to have them very
>   large. Anyway I am not an expert in the SMCE, my colleague,
>   who programmed it, is back from holidays next week. Maybe
>   you could ask him.
>  
>   Martin Schouwenburg
>   [hidden
>   email]</user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=4025817&i=0>
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>   On Behalf Of SantiagoPatinoGomez
>   Sent: maandag 10 augustus 2015 23:54
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>   email]</user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=4025817&i=2>
>   Subject: [Ilwis] arcgis server, SQL server and smce
>  
>   Hi all,
>   I have a a couple of questions I have relating to Ilwis Open
>   Source and SMCE
>   :
>   - My organisation uses ESRI gis software and SQL server
>   database. I have used Smce in the past and I remember having
>   to export shapefiles to then import to ILWIS them to be able
>   to use them as criteria layers. Is this still necessary? Is
>   there a way to have smce read inputs directly from Sql
>   server, or from arcgis server somehow?  I need to
>   determine of we would need to develop a solution for
>   importing data into Ilwis (maybe with arcpy, or in c# - I
>   understand ilwis is written in c#) ?
>   - I there a limit to the size of input data for criteria
>   trees? We deal with a rather large area, the State of
>   Queensland, and I need to determine if I'll need a strategy
>   of processing smaller regions.
>   I want to use smce for natural hazards response and
>   resilience, and I am on the process of developing a proposal
>   to my Managers. There are many aspects to consider, and I
>   wanted to find out about the technical issues with gis and
>   database software, and what would be the best strategy
>   and whether I will need some extra development to go from
>   arcgis gdb on sql server to ilwis, then the actual smce
>   processing, and then maybe back to esri formats for
>   presentation.
>   I hope all is well over in NL, best regards,
>  
>  
>  
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