I just got the new build of Radian Studio, and now that it can directly read geodatabases, you can link directly to the geodatabase from inside of Radian and perform Radian spatial queries on it. In this video, I’m linking directly to an ESRI geodatabase, creating a small map display of the data, performing a spatial clip of two vector layers, and returning the results. In my previous video, I showed how Radian studio can read data directly from PostgreSQL, SQLite, and also easily exchange data between them. This is just another example of how Radian can manage disparate GIS databases.
l hope you like the video, if so, consider learning more about Radian Studio in my online course here.