So I have never posted here before. I have used the site a lot for help so many thanks to all the great contributors. So, I have used ArcGIS online to perform batch geocoding (18,000) records and it works great. Extremely fast and accurate. It does however chew up a LOT of credits. This is something I cannot sustain in the long term. To avoid that credit drain I would like to split my table out by the "State" Column and geocode individual states and then merge back together. The free online geocoder can handle smaller datasets and by breaking down by state I think I could acheive this. So far I have:
import arcpy fc ="C:\GISProjects\ALLMembers\LEE_AllMembers.gdb\LeeMembers_Sort" field = "State" myList=set([row.getValue(field) for row in arcpy.SearchCursor(fc)]) for row in myList: print myList
This works and returns the set of values. I guess I"m wondering now how to take those values and
arcpy.TabletoTable_Conversion? From there I could geocode each separate table and merge the results.
any help is much appreciated!