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Issues with FME and the ArcInfo licence

I have ArcInfo 10.2.1, Python 2.7 and FME 2013 SP4 installed on my Computer. I want to run a python script I exported from ModelBuilder (where it ran without issues) and imported in FME as shutdown ...
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1answer
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How to provide a default value in an arcpy script?

How do I provide a default value like recommended in every Arcpy script? This script is exported from ModelBuilder where every output except the last one is set to temporary and managed. I want this ...
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1answer
16 views

How to Set Label Expression Using a Long Field Type in Toolbox

What I am hoping to be able to achieve with this Tool within my Toolbox is to allow the user to input a number of layers and to set all of the labels with the same font settings (font style, color, ...
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arcpy calculate string field: Any ideas what how to fix this?

I'm trying to store a string value obtained from a loop through a tuple into a field called ROW_1. The code goes like this: for creekclass in listOfClassTuples: (classname, Permanency, ...
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Facing difficulty in saving an output to CSV

After implementing the code published by Jason in this answer to How to list feature classes in multiple geodatabases in a folder?, I have received an output like this: ...
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Having trouble with 'and' 'or' statements and negative numbers

I have set up a program that calculates the relationship between a point and the first point of a polyline. The aim of the program is to run this calculation and then copy the result to a certain ...
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1answer
33 views

PySAL natural breaks from Numpy array

I am attempting to extract natural break values from a raster using Python. The intended process goes: Arcpy raster object to NumPy Array (using RasterToNumPyArray) to natural break values (using ...
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22 views

User input and passing variables with ModelBuilder

I have created three modelbuilder tools that must be run in sequence. After running each tool, the user must examine several shapefiles and potentially change the input parameters of the next tool. ...
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Exporting group layers from Table of Contents (TOC) to Folders of shapefiles?

I have some group layers in the Table of Contents (TOC). Each group of layers references a few shapefiles from different source folders. I would like to export each group layer name as a folder and ...
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50 views

Exporting file geodatabase (GDB) to Folder of shapefiles?

I have a geodatabase with several feature dataset and feature classes associated with it. I want to export each feature dataset as folder and feature classes associated with each feature dataset will ...
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1answer
50 views

Importing file geodatabase (GDB) to table of contents (TOC) of ArcMap?

I have a geodatabase with several feature dataset and feature classes associated with it respectively. I would like to create a .mxd where the Table of contents consist of group layer and each group ...
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1answer
56 views

ListRasters based on filename using Arcpy

I am trying to create a python script for ArcMap which calculates the ndvi from two raster images for each RGB/NIR pair in a folder. However, I am unsure how to create two raster lists; one which ...
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1answer
37 views

How to ascertain if a cell/field contains a value in ArcGIS attribute table

I have done a bit of research on this but can't seem to find an answer. I am wondering if there is a way to identify whether a cell/field in the ArcGIS attribute table contains a value using the ...
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59 views

Looping through each specified layer and exporting PDF map showing shapefile and information taken from each attribute table?

I have been working on an automation script for the purpose of mass pdf exportmaps. I am required to export many pdf maps showing individual boundary files and client information. I believe the ...
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1answer
49 views

How to check shape length before running code in Python/ArcPy?

I am using a code to convert a polygon into evenly spaced parallel lines for point in range(0,numPoints+1): shortPoint1 = currentLines[firstLong].positionAlongLine(lineSpaceNum*point) ...
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problem with csv.writer output Python 2.7 [closed]

I cobbled together a script from hacked bits around the net that works pretty darned well except..... The screen return is perfect but the csv contents (filename and path) have deliminators in them. ...
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Exporting table of contents (TOC) with group layers to file geodatabase (GDB) with feature datasets?

I have created a python code for exporting shapefiles from TOC from different source folder to a output folder. However, in this case, I have some group layers in the Table of Contents (TOC). ...
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1answer
45 views

Listing all feature datasets and classes from multiple geodatabase into CSV file? [duplicate]

I have a folder having multiple geodatabase and I am calling that folder “Multiplegdb” There are 3 geodatabase in a folder which are as follows: ABC.gdb UVW.gdb XYZ.gdb Each geodatabase have ...
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Transformation of Feature dataset list [closed]

I have a input.CSV file and first column consists list of feature dataset and input.csv consist of 5 rows and 1 column. EMI_EMF Cultural Resources Hazardous Materials Parcels Footprints Now I ...
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1answer
31 views

Creating multiple Feature Datasets from table/list using ArcPy?

How to Create multiple Feature Datasets from a table/list. I can create a single feature dataset in a geodatabase with this python code. import arcpy from arcpy import env env.workspace = ...
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1answer
34 views

Cause of ExecuteError: ERROR 000539: Invalid field County Insets.OBJECTID Failed to execute (CalculateField)?

The following script joins two layers on a common id and attempts to use the OBJECTID in the joined table to update records for a field in the input table. In running it in "current" mode, it moves ...
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arcpy with multiprocessing throws “UnpickleableError: Cannot pickle <type 'geoprocessing Layer object'> objects”

I'm attempting to speed up a process which is currently running synchronously, by using the python multiprocessing module. I'm having trouble sending a feature layer to a function which is called by ...
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1answer
38 views

Populating Access (*.mdb) table with text from Text Elements to inventory MXDs using ArcPy/Python?

I am trying to write a piece of code to populate an Access mdb table with information from text elements in an mxd (text elements all have "names"). The purpose of this is to create a catalog of my ...
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2answers
71 views

Split a string column into 2 columns in python [closed]

I have a csv file and this is the structure of that file. It has only one column with number of strings. I want to split this one column into 2 columns at the character \. Can anyone please tell me ...
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1answer
55 views

List all Feature datasets & feature classes from a single geodatabase into CSV

I have prepared a python code and I got the following errors: "Parsing error IndentationError: expected an indented block (line 11)" and "Runtime error Traceback (most recent call last): ...
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arcpy.Delete_management(“”) not working

I've written a script in a python toolbox. That script creates a folder in the user defined workspace for all the output files that are created during the script process. When the script is done, I ...
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2answers
32 views

Assigning a vector to a field in feature class (UpdateCursor)

I don't know if my mistake is of a general nature. I come from R where it is very easy to store a vector in a matrix column. So now I (new to coding with arcpy) am desperately trying to do the same ...
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33 views

ArcPy PointToRaster memory locking error solution?

RasterToPolygon ArcPy tool fails on generated raster (PointToRaster) with large(?) dataset. Not sure the size threshold, but fails on 78559 x 33544 raster, completes on smaller datasets so I know ...
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1answer
30 views

Programmatically access HTML Popup in Layer Properties ArcGIS 10.2

Is it possible to access HTML Popups (found in layer properties) programmatically in ArcGIS 10.2? I can't find any reference but thought I'd ask to double check.
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1answer
76 views

'List indices must be integers not tuple' Error

I'm using an insert cursor to write rows to a destination feature class where the input Shapefile field names do not match the destination FC names. To accomplish this, I'm trying to use the indices ...
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2answers
96 views

Join Field works in ArcMap but not in Python

I am trying to join a field of values found within a DBF to a multi-polyline shapefile. They share a common field name (filename) and the values found within each are identical. I was able to run Join ...
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1answer
108 views

Is it possible to drive one mxd (pan) using a different mxd with python?

I have 2 mxd's. mxdA and mxdB They both show different data, but are both in the same coordinate system. I want to be able to sync mxdB with mxdA, so that if I pan / zoom in mxdA, I can then, with ...
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1answer
41 views

Python loop with address locator

I was given a list of addresses without any zip codes, and I'm trying to write a python snippet that will loop through a set of possible zip codes and make a set of geocoded shapefiles that I will ...
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1answer
38 views

Error on FeatureClass To FeatureClass conversion arcpy

I am currently working on a python script where I am trying to copy selected features into a feature dataset. Basically I have an mxd containing some layers, and for each layer I select features by ...
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How to write in only a file .csv (or .txt) the values contained in several rasters?

I am an beginner in Python programming but I would like to write in only a file .csv (or .txt) the values contained in several rasters. For example, I built several rasters by using a loop. The ...
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1answer
49 views

Extract Values to Points between rasters and point shapefiles of the same name

I have a task of extracting raster values to point shapefiles, which is simple enough, but only where the raster filename is identical to the shapefile. For example, I have shapefiles "G1", "G2", ...
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1answer
32 views

Problem with variable for arcpy.select_analysis whereclause

I have a problem with the whereclause on python for arcpy.Select_analysis. I try to use a variable for condition: for row_stat in rows_stat: % for calculated the variable"maxi" ...
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1answer
34 views

Standard SQL with ArcGIS

Is it possible to use Python to run actual standard SQL on an enterprise geo-database? Think about batch deleting, joints, etc moving beyond just the cursor objects in Arcpy. Note that one can ...
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1answer
21 views

Detecting Runtime Errors in Arcpy Loops [duplicate]

I am looping over a feature in Arcpy and doing several geoProcessing tasks on each feature/iteration. The loop runs pretty well but crashes on some of the features. I dont really know why but its ...
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1answer
51 views

Basin numbering according to Pfafstetter Method?

I would like to divide my basin into subbasins and numbers according to the Pfafstetter method. Is there an easy way to implement this in Python using ArcPy? Or are there some freely available ...
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49 views

ArcPy loops/cursors faster without background processing?

I am running loops via cursors and raw Python in Arcpy. Within the loop several processes take place, selecting shapefiles and converting to raster, clipping, running euclidean distances, extracting ...
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1answer
102 views

Pause ArcPy script until feature class lock goes away

My script needs to copy data into a feature class to an SDE geodatabase that might have a lock on it from another application. I shouldn't break the lock (that app has priority over a data update), ...
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1answer
43 views

D8 algorithm to get the flow direction in ArcGIS

I am using ArcGIS 10 for the get the flow direction from DEM. I wonder about the algorithm they have used while calculating flow direction. It is mentioned there that it is using D8 model. D8 model ...
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51 views

Creating symbology by category in python?

I'm trying to create a python script that creates color-coded symbology by county for multiple maps with different data. I've never created a layer file for the purposes of symbology before, but I ...
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1answer
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How to find the distance between start of line and start of raster with arcpy/python?

I'am creating a python script tool for ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 to extract profiles. I’m using stack profile to extract values to a table but stack profile only outputs values where the line and raster ...
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1answer
39 views

Overwrite option on a standalone ZonalStatisticsAsTable using ArcPy

How can I code an "overwrite option" on a standalone ZonalStatisticsAsTable using ArcPy? I don't see any overwrite option from a Esri example. # Execute ZonalStatisticsAsTable outZSaT = ...
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1answer
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How do I rename rasters in an mxd by using my csv?

I have the following data in a csv: RasterName First name Raster 1 Aaron Raster 1 Paul Raster 2 Bryan Raster 3 Cranston Raster 3 Vince I have added these ...
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3answers
148 views

Clipping faster (i.e. in bulk/batch) in ArcGIS for Desktop?

I have 100 different input vector layers and one clip feature vector layer. I have to clip them 100 times but its a large amount of work. Is there any Python script (ArcPy) in ArcGIS for Desktop ...
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1answer
148 views

Python Syntax Error when running Python Snippet of successful geoprocess

I am having an issue with a simple python snippet. Here's the background: I wanted to include an additional step in a nightly update script that replaces characters in a field that simply do not play ...
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How to access raster NoData value?

I am trying to programmatically access the NoData value in a raster dataset as shown in the screenshot. Two tools that come to mind to describe raster properties do not seem to be able to describe ...