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What do I do if I come across duplicate points representing the same structure?

asked 02 Nov '16, 09:35

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answered 02 Mar, 12:28

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Sorry, forgot to mention what to do if both had a GNIS number. Thanks for adding that! My experience has been that neither has one in most cases, but that may just be because the areas I edit don't have many points already checked.

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answered 02 Nov '16, 10:17

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If you come across a structure feature that is represented by duplicate points, either delete the point that does not have a GNIS ID; or if both points have a GNIS ID, keep the one with the smaller GNIS ID and delete the one with the larger GNIS ID.

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answered 02 Nov '16, 10:07

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Delete the one that doesn't have a GNIS number. If neither has one, just choose one that requires you to do less work in editing.

You can use this guide as a reference.

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answered 02 Nov '16, 09:54

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