The use of multivariate micro-data, data aggregated for small-areas, allows detailed analysis of the physical and social structures of regional landscapes. Such exercises are in many cases univariate and static in nature; this happens when geometries are not coincident between datasets. Common solutions to such inconsistencies involve the use of areal interpolation techniques to build coherent information sets; when ancillary information is available, dasymetric mapping using control units may then be used. Techniques vary on the type and quality of the ancillary (or control) information. The purpose of the present article is to present a generalized tool to tackle common practical analytical problems and which produces geometrically coherent datasets. It is generalised because: (1) it is flexible, allowing distinct parametrization depending on the data; (2) it is based on Open Source tools anchored on robust database management systems (DBMS) technologies. Its aim is to provide the regular GIS user with a tool to tackle a common problem of geometric mismatch.