[postgis-users] Example queries - a compendium
pramsey at refractions.net
Wed Jul 11 16:36:00 PDT 2007
Shaun Kolomeitz wrote:
> Dear PostGIS'ers,
> Has anyone got a reference for, or created for themselves a compendium
> of useful examples of SQL GIS type queries ?
> I'm looking for a good smattering of examples covering a range of
> feature types (points, lines, poly's) and the sorts of spatial
> operations one is likely to require (from basic/simple to intermediate
> and advanced involving complex joins). It would be nice if this could
> cover simple reading of features, creation, through to advanced updating
> techniques for features.
> I've seen a few examples included with the PostGIS Manual as well as
> some HTML type help that comes with PostGresQL's install of PostGIS.
> These help, but don't seem to go far enough.
> Any pointers most appreciated.
> As a quid-pro-quo I'd re-distribute back to the group a summary.
> Kind regards,
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