To group or to do something in a group as opposed to doing it individually

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Batch geocoding of 45000 Addresses [duplicate]

I'm looking to geocode a database of approximately 45000 addresses. I have them in CSV format and would like to get the results in CSV format. I have tried BatchGeo several times. Their interactive ...
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How to cut a shapefile using a batch?

I would like to cut a shapefile using a batch (like in the photo): But I have some problems because I don't know what do I have to put in field "extent" and after putting somthing like ...
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Batch join non-spatial csv to shape files

I have 173 point shape files from soil testing and 173 non spatial csv files with lab ressults (one csv for each shape file) that need joining. The files are located in a library with folders named ...
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batch buffer with different distances with python 2.7 in arcgis 10.1

I am trying to write a "smart" way in Python to process multiple buffer to lines, polygons and points with different distances. I use Python and ArcMap 10.1. I can figure out to separate lines, ...
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Repeat the same edit on several layers

For a project we have a master polygon layer which is the basis for a few "produced" layers. These produced layers may contain some of the original features and fields, and also additional ...
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Creating a BATCH with multiple INPUTS (variables) to run a workbench that intersects LINES AND POLYGONS

I'm trying to create a batch file to run my workbench.fmw in which I have two input files: 8 pipeline shapefiles and 96 communal areas shapefiles. The workbench allows cutting pipeline relative to the ...
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Raster Calculator in Model Builder

I am trying to calculate a con function for a couple hundred rasters (Meridional and Zonal raster data for wind, each being their own raster file). Is there a way to use model builder with the raster ...