A spatial data infrastructure (SDI) is a data infrastructure implementing a framework of geographic data, metadata, users and tools that are interactively connected in order to use spatial data in an efficient and flexible way.

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What database do most mobile start ups use? [closed]

mongodb? MySQL? PostgreSQL? If someone would add pluses and minus, let me know. Why I ask: I am a mobile startup. I need a database that supports spatial indexes. The spatial index must be able to ...
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migrate SQL Server geography data to PostGIS geometry data

I'm trying to use SSIS to transfer point data from a Geography column in SQL Server 2008 R2 to a geometry column in a Greenplum (Postgres 8.2.15) database with PostGIS. I know there's a way to do the ...
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How do I get spatial index feature if I mainly use innodb?

My current strategy is to create another table in myisam that contains those spacial information. Then if I want to find 20 closest business, I'll just use join. Is this a good idea?
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MySQL Syntax - Searching points within polygons using GeomFromText

I am trying to select points within polygons using the GIS/spatial extensions for MySQL. I'm fairly new to this, so bear with me if this is an elementary question. I have points defined as text ...
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Column not found in dbase file

When I try to import a shapefile using db2se, I specify the input columns to be loaded in the syntax as the COLUMN NAME db2se import_shape <dbname> -userId <username> -pw <password> ...
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Raster files into DB2

Team, We have been loading shapefiles into DB2 using db2se import utilities. I have been trying to find help to load Raster files and i wasnt able to find any help on this. it would be really ...
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Time series indexing

Indexing time series (like in this article) is done by reducing dimensionality and indexing it using some spatial access method (like R-tree). How does that improve performance, though? It's not like ...
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Oracle spatial database

I am trying to run a simple query mentioned on: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/appdev.102/b14255/sdo_operat.htm#g996876 SELECT c.mkt_id, c.name FROM cola_markets c WHERE ...
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Which spatial index support distance sort

Suppose one wants to get features closest to an arbitrary point of interest sorted by the distance to that POI. Which index should be used for features then? In case of Quad tree, for example, as we ...
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Backup in Mysql periodically

I have trouble scheduling a backup in mysql periodically, most of the tools do not recognize the geometric field, for example navicat which says Can not get geometry object from data you send to ...
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Error creating spatial index sqlserver

I am creating spatial index on sqlserver table. CREATE SPATIAL INDEX [SIndex_udt_cell_SP_GEOMETRY] ON [udt_cell] ( [SP_GEOMETRY] )USING GEOMETRY_GRID WITH ( BOUNDING_BOX =(80.0713, 26.389581, ...
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A spatial query return no result when obviously there is result [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Less restrictive query return less result due to simple removing one additional constraint SELECT DISTINCT TB.ID, TB.Latitude, TB.Longitude, ...