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    spatial join geog. - verschneiden

    Examples/ definitions with source references
    GIS
    AuthorQuila04 Jun 07, 10:21
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    not supported as is for the following reasons:

    1 - spatial join is an adjective/noun combination, verschneiden a verb
    2 - what is GIS? if this is a source, it is certainly not sufficient
    3 - [geog.] appears too special for my tastes.

    if you were to provide source material with contextual examples, you might stand a much better chance of finding support...
    #1Authorodondon irl04 Jun 07, 14:35
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    overlay/map overlay

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    verschneiden



    Comment
    GIS = Geographic Information System(s)
    #2AuthorOle16 Nov 07, 09:04
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    spatial join

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    räumliche Verknüpfung



    Comment
    ein GIS-Fachausdruck, der häufig nicht übersetzt wird
    #3Authorreinold16 Nov 07, 12:08
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    Intersect, Clip or Erase

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    Verschneiden



    Context/ examples
    In a Geographic Information System (GIS),spatial data can separated into layers. Each layer contains thematic spatial information which is distinct from the other layers. For example in an urban plan, one could have a layer which contains indutrial land areas, another area for residential areas, and another containing woodland. The relationships between these layers can be analysed with GIS software. A typical analysis would be to determine the total overlapping area of residential areas and flood risk areas. The overlaps between these 2 layer determine residential areas that are in risk of flooding.
    The process of editing a layer using other layers as a basis is called "Verschneidung"
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    This is how I use the term for the GIS department in a german local authority.
    #4AuthorRB14 Jul 08, 09:12
     
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