How to insert bullet points in MongoDb [on hold] - mongodb

I want to update data in my MongoDB. These data is in the paragraph but Now a want these data in points. So I can convert paragraph into points using (\n) Tag but also I want a bullet to indicate these points. H0w can I or Which Tag I should be used

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using custom attribute in indexed BufferGeometry [three.js]

I have an indexed bufferGeometry which have position , appear attributes
I had set appear attribute to is the vertex appear in camera or not.
I want to use it for check if my line should be render or not
I want my line rendered if at least one of it's Vertices appear in camera.
I had wrote this without indexing (using every vertex several times) before using discard in fragment shader but now with indexing I have problem and they will not disappear
Thanks in advance

Superposition of curves in kibana

I am new to Kibana and I am trying to trace curves using line charts.
I have two parameteres (X-Axis the time and Y-Axis the hopCount), I need to visualize this for many nodes and I need to have all their curves in one graph (superposition curves).
How can I do this please?
I don't think it's possible unless you're having nodes as a field within your ES record or either having it as a scripted field. Hence you can differentiate your line graphs by the field nodes.
Or else the other option would be to show all the distinct line graphs in one single dashboard.

How to extract soil data from HWSD using arcgis?

I need to get soil data from Harmonized World Soils Database (HWSD) to 1000 points. I was successful in connecting the Microsoft Access database provided by HWSD to ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 using Build Raster Attribute Table tool.
But when I use the tool Extract Values to Points in order to obtain the variables data, only values of MU_Global are extracted.
Is there a way to get an attribute table with all the variables for each of my points?
You still want to use Extract Values to Points, but make sure you properly set the add_attributes parameter.
Determines if the raster attributes are written to the output point
feature dataset.
VALUE_ONLY — Only the value of the input raster is added to the point attributes. This is the default.
ALL — All the fields from the input raster (except Count) will be added to the point attributes.

Adding attributes to datapoints from overlapping polygons in qgis

I have an interesting problem in QGIS, I have a vector layer of points (shown in purple) and a layer of polygons (green) with a number of metadata attributes attached (i.e. date, id number etc).
I want to attach the data from the polygon to the point data underneath them. The problem is I have some overlap where point data is covered by two polygons.
In these instances I essentially want to duplicate the point data so in the attributes table for the layer I have a point for each polygon which overlaps, with corresponding meta-data. This means I can't simply use the "Join attributes by location" tool as it will only assign data from the closest polygon, or a sum/mean etc of the two overlaps.
An illustration of the data is below. Any suggestions on how to solve this problem would be most appreciated.
After a bit of faffing I've found a solution that works quite well.
Firstly open the "Clip points with polygons" tool in the "processing" plugin.
In the menu select your points layer and your polygon layer.
Select the green circle arrow in your polygon layer to set it to iterate over each polygon.
Select the attribute you want to add to the points layer.
Select "seperate layer for each polygon".
Name the output folder (best to create an individual new folder to help with merging later) and hit OK.
Next go to Vector->Data management tools->Merge Shapefiles to One
Select shapefile type "point"
Select input directory as the directory where you created all your earlier points files
Hit run
You should now end up with a layer containing points with data from more than one polygon where they overlap. The only problem I have is you can only add one piece of data from the polygon with the clip tool, this is fine for me at the moment but could be an issue.
If anybody knows of a different/better way or a way of adding more than one bit of data from the polygon please add it.
I believe this can also be done using the intersect geoprocessing tool (Vector- Geoprocessing Tools - intersect). At least for me it works when I have a point layer with points in overlapping buffers of a polygon layer. When I intersect I then have one, two or more records per point in the attribute table, depending on how many polygons overlap.
This way you also get all the attributes from the other layer.

Read Nodes of an Irregular Shape [closed]

hi i am working on SVG.... I want to Read the nodes of an element, which are in a lot of numbers, but the nodes which i am going to read are of irregular shape, and i have to apply the restriction also on it...Can anyone help...Thanks in Advance..!

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