lr at pcorp.us
Sat Jun 7 12:48:50 PDT 2008
Should be able to. I usually just do the
Where double is the expanse in units of your spatial ref. So If I
understand you correctly, you would put your buf-width in that slot.
The last argument I think defaults to 8 and it basically the approximation
you want to a circular radius (e.g. controls how many vertexes you end up
Making this bigger will make your buffer more accurate but will make your
geometry more hefty I think.
hope that helps,
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Subject: [postgis-users] Buffer
am attempting mineral prognostication.
Input: Have a shape files with Linear features
Can I buffer this with 'width' taken from the shape files attribute =
Output: The result to contain a polygon layer with the Input's liear
features grown as buffers depending on the attribute= buf-width.
Have seen the PostGIS mnnual and found the following only.
ST_Buffer(geometry, double, [integer])
Can this work as suggested ?
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