Investigating Cleveland

Dave Mattingly goes spatial on Cleveland:

From here, we can:

  • zoom in for more detail

  • hover over a building, road, or other feature to see its name or other column

  • display a┬álabel on the results

  • apply filters to only show parts of the data

  • change the widths of the features by changing the STBuffer

  • do lots of other cool stuff

Spatial types and display in SQL Server has always been a weak point for me, so I enjoy seeing the fruits of somebody who is very good at it.

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