Gaspare Sganga

IT Supervisor, GIS Analyst & Lead Developer @setin.

Freelance Developer & Consultant.

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It is actually part of a more complex normalizing-framework I wrote for the company I work for.
Until now it has been considered one of our trade secrets and I’m glad I can release it for the public.

It has been tested and used in production with every single geometry in our geodatabases (a lot of geometries…) for a few years by now.
This means that if you find any problem with it, the cause could be either that I have accidentally broken something while stripping down the un-releasable bits (let me know and I will fix it) or that you are using some input geometries and/or parameters very different than our typical use cases (in this case please provide me some example data and I will improve the function).

Download and documentation

Go to the Lab page: PostGIS NormalizeGeometry