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1.1. Administrative boundaries - Geneva

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Hi Paul,
when I upload new files here on the platform, I can just tag them in the folder “Geneva”, and I cannot select the specific administrative boundary.
Then, when I upload a processed file, if I had write “Genève” in the excel column “Reference space”, I can select the right administrative boundary between the three “Genève space” that the program know are related to Geneva City, Canton Geneva and Grand Geneva.
Neverthless, some processed files contain information for two administrative boundaries, for example, data on vehicles’ stock available in the same table for Canton Geneva and Geneva City, but when I upload them, I can select only one linked boundary. What would you recommend me to do ?
Thanks a lot ! :-)


Hi Paul,
I'm sorry, I just realised that my question above about linking the processed data to a refrence space will be solved when the different polygons of a shapefile will be seen as a unique reference space (in my case creating new reference spaces Geneva City, Canton Geneva, Grand Geneva), as you explain me there.


Anyway, stepping back, when I upload new files here on the platform, I can just tag them in the folder “Geneva”, and I cannot select the specific administrative boundary corresponding to my dataset's geographical level. Would it be possible to tag already the documents uploaded, not just in the folder Geneva, but also to the correct administrative boundary?


Many thanks!


Thank you!


Hi Paul,
can you allow me to re process the shapefile of "Canton Geneva municipalities" and "Grand Geneva municipalities"?
There are some municipalities that have the same name and need to be cosidered as a single reference space..
Thanks a lot! :-)


Can you send me the links Nicole?


Yes sorry, I let you the links here below with the ones for Lausanne as well :
- Grand Geneva municipalities
- Canton Geneva municipalities
- Lausanne City
- Lausanne Region municipalities
- Canton Vaud municipalities

THANK YOU! :-)


OK perfect - you can now re-process them.

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