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  • Collection of PL/SQL packages including CENTROID (18912)
  • Manifold GIS Image Catalog (Tile Cache) Generator (9408)
  • SDO_GEOM_METADATA Report for SQL Developer (2513)
  • Script to create STORE table (SDO_NN example) (2509)
  • Source SQL for Generating Random SDO_GEOMETRY Points (2488)
  • PL/SQL code for fast multipoint SDO_GEOMETRY generation (2410)
  • VB6 DLL Source Code for Fast Access to Oracle SDO_GEOMETRY (2322)
  • MBR Object Type + Methods (2021)
  • ST_Parallel For PostGIS (1896)
  • MultiPoint Creation Ordinate Rounding and Performance testing. (1579)
  • Data Model for a Computerised Tree Inventory System (1426)
  • SC4O - Spatial Companion 4 Oracle (includes EXPORTER) (1202)
  • CENTROID Package (Standalone) (742)
  • LINEAR (LRS) Package for Oracle Locator (628)
  • SQL Server Spatial TSQL Functions (150)
  • Table Of Contents (32)
  • GeoRaptor For SQL Developer (26)
  • Robo Functions (20)
  • Robo Methods (16)
  • SQL Server Spatial Code Documentation (16)
  • T_Geometry Header (15)
  • T_Gid Header (14)
  • Robo Source Files (13)
  • Robo Master Index (12)
  • SQL Server Spatial LRS Code Documentation (11)
  • Robo Modules (10)
  • Robo File (10)
  • T_Vertex Header (10)
  • Robo CSS (9)
  • SQL Server Spatial CSS File For Code Documentation (9)
  • SQL Server Spatial LRS CSS File (9)
  • T_Elem_Info Header (7)
  • MySQL Spatial Code Documentation (1)
  • MySQL Spatial CSS File For Code Documentation (0)

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All Blog Articles, Data Models and Free Source Code by Simon Greener, The SpatialDB Advisor is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Much of the PL/SQL code that can be downloaded via the form below were re-written for, and published with, the book that Dr Siva Ravada and myself released in September 2013: Applying and Extending Oracle Spatial

I have already started to modify and extend that code, releasing the changed versions via the PACKT website.

To obtain a copy, purchase the book and download the code. I do not intend modifying or maintaining the packages and functions available on this site that appear in the book's source code.

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