The amount of spatial data captured in databases is increasing exponentially. This includes data from mobile phones, GPS units through to home detention bracelets. Typically these devices capture location information in the form of latitudes and longitudes. The spatial capabilities of SQL Server has been significantly enhanced with the release of Microsoft SQL Server 2012. SQL now has some of the best spatial functionality of all the mainstream databases. Spatial queries use different syntax to the T-SQL that traditional queries use. This tutorial will provide an introduction to creating spatial queries that perform tasks such as - Viewing shapes within SQL Server. - Calculating the length of direct and indirect routes. - Area of shapes such as polygons or buffered points - Whether coordinates fall within a a predefined area such as a polygon, circle or buffered line string. Demonstration files are available from my website (link provided in video). I also have a comprehensive 60 minute T-SQL course available at Udemy : https://www.udemy.com/t-sql-for-data-analysts/?couponCode=ANALYTICS50%25OFF
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Working tutorial about MS SQL and Spatial Databases More: http://mapsys.info
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Quickly load an Oracle Spatial database to Esri Shapefile. You’ll see how to query the input table to extract only certain rows for the output Shapefile. You’ll see how to connect to the database, select the table, and execute SQL before, during, or after the translation. We’ll also look at how to modify the schema, including renaming attributes. To learn more, visit http://www.safe.com/how-it-works/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=oracle-spatial-shp-format-conversion-vid "Music Credit: ""Modern Jazz Samba"" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/"""
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The Geography data type is used in many different SQL Server databases. It contains Latitude, Longitude, and many other properties and functions. In this video I show you how to extract the latitude and longitude from the Geography data type. READ THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE WITH SQL SCRIPTS HERE http://www.sqltrainingonline.com/geography-data-type-sql-server/ YOUTUBE NEWS UPDATES http://www.youtube.com/user/sqltrainingonline VISIT SQLTRAININGONLINE.COM FOR TONS MORE VIDEO NEWS & TIPS http://www.sqltrainingonline.com SUBSCRIBE FOR OTHER SQL TIPS AND NEWS! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sqltrainingonline SUBSCRIBE TO OUR EMAIL LIST! http://www.sqltrainingonline.com LET'S CONNECT! Google+: http://gplus.to/SQLTrainingOnline Facebook: http://facebook.com/SQLTrainingOnline Twitter: http://twitter.com/sql_by_joey Linkedin: http://linkedin.com/in/joeyblue SQLTrainingOnline: http://www.sqltrainingonline.com
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Hey everyone, thanks for watching! This is my entry for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge, information about which can be found here: https://breakthroughjuniorchallenge.org/ In this video I discuss different ways of identifying and understanding the 4th dimension, as well as the construction of spatial geometries using other dimensions. Any and all feedback is appreciated, and I hope you've learned something!
Views: 66 Matthew S
Working tutorial about MS SQL and Spatial Databases More: http://mapsys.info
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This MAA Invited Address, titled "An Introduction to Spatial Graph Theory, was given at MAA MathFest 2017 in Chicago, IL. Erica Flaplan is a professor of mathematics at Pomona College. Lecture abstract: Spatial graph theory developed in the early 1980's when topologists began using the tools of knot theory to study graphs embedded in 33-dimensional space. Later, this area came to be known as spatial graph theory to distinguish it from the study of abstract graphs. Much of the current work in spatial graph theory can trace its roots back either to the ground breaking results of John Conway and Cameron Gordon on intrinsic knotting and linking of graphs or to the topology of non-rigid molecules. This talk will present the history of spatial graph theory and survey some of the current trends in the field.
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In this video you can see the integration between AutoCAD, SQL Server, and ArcGIS Server. In this example we have a drainage project with points lines and polygons. 1 - The geometry of AutoCAD is converted and saved as SQL Spatial Data. The information is stored in three tables in SQL Server, according to its type: points, lines or polygons. At the same time, this geometry is converted to string and saved as Spatial Data in a text file. 2 - A new drawing is opened and the geometry is retrieved from SQL Server, converted to AutoCAD geometry and added to the Model Space. 3 - The previously saved text file is opened and the geometry is copied to a text box in AutoCAD. 4 - The geometry saved in text format, is converted to ArcGIS geometry and displayed on the map. 5 - Finally, the tables with SQL Server Spatial Data (POINT, LINESTRING and POLYGON) are added to the map in ArcMap. If liked this video, you may be interested in this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqQ6kME-bQU Learn more at: http://cadgisdevelopment.com/english-version Contact Me: http://cadgisdevelopment.com/contato My LinkedIn Profile http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=72871853&trk=nav_responsive_tab_profile
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In this video we'll discuss geometry validation when writing spatial data to Microsoft SQL Server. FME's GeometryValidator transformer enables you to check a variety of issues. You'll see an example where we use FME Workbench to translate an Esri Shapefile to SQL Server, and detect and repair geometry issues. For the full webinar, visit http://www.safe.com/learning/webinars/#sql-server
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by Matt Lord MySQL is reemerging within the spatial world in version 5.7 as we replace much of the old foundation by incorporating Boost.Geometry, by adding R-tree index support to the InnoDB engine, and by adding a number of helper functions (e.g. ST_Distance_Sphere). We've also begun paving the way for even more functionality moving forward, such as Projections and Geography. I will walk you through all of the new spatial features in MySQL 5.7, show some brief examples of how you can use them, and finally discuss where we'd like to go with future releases of MySQL.
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In this demo, we have a non-spatial Oracle database that contains coordinate information in two columns. You'll see how to use FME to convert this non-spatial data into a spatial SQL Server dataset. The primary key and other important attributes are extracted, and the coordinate values are transformed into points. We then reproject the points so they're in the correct coordinate system. The results can be previewed in SQL Server 2008. You'll also see how to execute a SQL statement before or after a translation. Transformers used: AttributeCopier, SchemaMapper, 2DPointReplacer, CoordinateSystemSetter
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Learn how Vicrea Solutions is using the integration between Oracle Spatial and FME as a powerful solution for loading and converting spatial data.
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Spatial data types and relationships
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In this demo, we have an AutoCAD dataset containing lines and text representing water information. You'll see how to use FME to map the schema between these two formats and preserve the important information contained in the original dataset. Oracle, like SQL Server and PostGIS, doesn't process the text data - it converts it to a point feature. You'll see how FME can extract important information (ex. rotation, height) from the original text feature and store it in Oracle. An existing schema can also be loaded by choosing the "Import Feature Types" option. In addition, you'll see how to create a published parameter that helps you avoid repetitive typing of passwords when reading and writing database formats.
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Quickly load an Oracle Spatial database to Esri Shapefile. You’ll see how to query the input table to extract only certain rows for the output Shapefile. You’ll see how to connect to the database, select the table, and execute SQL before, during, or after the translation. We’ll also look at how to modify the schema, including renaming attributes. To learn more, visit http://www.safe.com/how-it-works/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=oracle-spatial-shp-format-conversion-vid
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create file start3.bat for start program Network Data Model Editor you can download ndm_tutorial this link : you select Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Examples before download http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/enterprise-edition/downloads/112010-win32soft-098987.html part1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83TBKIUvzLo part2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm8Hk7DKYb4
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by Regina Obe This talk will showcase spatial feats you can do with PostGIS Special focus will be given to features new in PostGIS 2.2 and upcoming PostGIS 2.3. What we will cover: Geometry - * Proximity analysis with improved KNN functionality introduced in PostGIS 2.2 * Geometry dicing for speedier performance in data grouping and proximity analysis, * Geometry clustering Geography - Proximity analysis using KNN (new in PostGIS 2.2) Raster - in-database raster coverage making Topology - geometry simplification that maintains connectedness of adjoining geometries Geocoding and Address Standardization - Basic examples using PostGIS Tiger Geocoder, and address standardizer (new in PostGIS 2.2.) Brief coverage of what's coming in PostGIS 2.3 Discussion of speed improvements, generating random points
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A user can create a spatial table in MySQL that can then be used and worked on in QGIS. The task of creating a spatial table in MySQL is relatively simple and similar as creating a shapefile layer in QGIS. So, this task will not be unfamiliar to a QGIS user. Given the shapefiles' operating characteristics, which only allow the storage of one of the three types of geometries: polygons, lines and points, this video will demonstrate how to create a spatial table to store each one of them. Let's see, step by step, how to accomplish the task. You can find one of the cartographic bases used in this exercise in https://www.openstreetmap.org.
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This demo shows how to read and inspect spatial data from Smallworld using Spatial Business Systems' plug-in for FME. You'll see how complex geometry representations are handled and the storage of additional Smallworld attributes. You'll also see how to apply export parameters and other reader settings to control what is read. For the full webinar, go to http://fme.ly/spatialbiz
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ALTER TABLE fiumi ADD COLUMN buffer GEOMETRY(MultiPolygon,3003,2); UPDATE fiumi SET buffer=ST_Multi(ST_Buffer(geom,100)); CREATE TABLE buffer_union AS SELECT ST_Union(buffer)::GEOMETRY(MultiPolygon,3003), ROUND((ST_Area(ST_Union(buffer))/1000)::numeric,2) FROM fiumi; ALTER TABLE fiumi DROP COLUMN buffer;
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How to Compress an ArcSDE geodatabase? lets learn on how to compress an arcsde geodatabase launch arc catalog now point to note is that only an geodatabase administrator can compress the geodatabase so here we will use sde user to compress the gdb as of now we donot have any data in this db but still i can show you how to compress so we can either compress from here and it will be running in the background or we can run the compress tool. . COOL our database is compressed now now you notice that compress log is generated this compress log is generated in the beginning of the compress operation or when the compress operation is done first time on a database every time you compress the database, an entry of compress will be added in this compress log i will show you if the end_state_count is 1, that means the database is compressed to state 0. so it how we can compress its done For more information, write to us at www.arcsdesupport.com or visit arcsde.blogspot.in
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Upload a custom map to create unique visuals and test it in a project. ================================= To improve the video quality, click the gear icon and set the Quality to 1080p/720p HD. For more information, see http://www.oracle.com/goto/oll and http://docs.oracle.com Copyright © 2018 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
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An example on how could be really easy transform every single bit of data stored and GeoLocation into Oracle DB and Oracle Spatial software in a suitable ReST API through the Oracle API Next viewlet with Caching and Throttling API at this url http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YbVOebec0w
Views: 116 Nino Guarnacci
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Ever more basic AutoCAD users, working in sectors such as architecture, engineering, or landscaping,, need access to spatial data as a base or complement to their own designs and projects Often such data is housed in corporate spatial data servers. Most applications which enable you to import spatial data in AutoCAD, only allow you to import this data from files, but do not provide you with access to spatial data servers Spatial Manager™ for AutoCAD includes this functionality, applying the same ease of use that can be seen when importing spatial data from files. Its exclusive data providers and the application design itself, in which the development layers of the data providers are separate from the application, allow you to connect, access and import spatial data from PostGIS servers, MS SQL Server Spatial servers, WFS data stores and many others, which are currently under development In this example, you can analyze how to access a PostGIS server, and their schemas, and to import data from various tables of a schema, using the same import options as if it were imported from spatial files Please, watch the video
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Presenter: Colm Divilly, Oracle Corporation This session will demonstrate how quickly one can install and configure Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) to provide/serve REST endpoints on both RESTful Services and Database Objects themselves. A brief overview of REST concepts will be followed by a demo of ORDS being installed in less than 5 minutes. Then a series of demos showing how easy it is to REST enable a table and use GET/POST/DELETE to provide a full CRUD API to your data, including complex scenarios involving complex data types like SDO_GEOMETRY and rich web applications that can take advantage of JSON. REST is the new development paradigm and the Oracle Database is 100% ready with the addition of ORDS.
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Oracle, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Desktop kurulum ve yapılandırması için hazırladığım bu videoda Spatial Database Import işlemi gösterilmektedir. Bir sonraki video da ise ArcMap Publish Service işlemi gösterilecektir. Hazırlanan içeriğin faydalı olması dileklerimle…
Views: 260 Hakan KOCAMAN