Sorry about the strange title didn't really know how to word it. I currently use MapInfo to do most of my GIS work however I have recently installed PostGIS 1.5 and am really liking it so far. A ...
In ArcMap 9.x how can I attach a python script to a button?
I've asked this question several times on stackoverflow and irc between #qgis and #postgis and I also tried to code it or implement it my self in postgis with no real answer. Using programming (most ...
Given a larger csv (1000+ points) with attributes, I need to do both attrbute and spatial queries on the data. Would it be faster to read the points into an xy feature class, and do the spatial and ...
I've written a Python script using arcgisscripting to do various processing steps on some data. I'm planning to run it from a stand-alone command-line window (ie. not within ArcGIS at all) and, as ...
I have over a hundred FCs, each with 10 or 20 attributes to add or change the aliases for, two or more times a year. Needless to say, this is not something I'm going to grunt my way through. How can I ...
When starting to work with Python and ArcGIS 9.3, I assumed there would be a simple way to get a raster image into a Python array so that I can manipulate it before storing it back as another raster ...
I don't like unnecessary duplication. Is it possible to install python only once and have both ArcGIS and OSGeo4W use it?
Is it possible to access ArcObjects with IronPython?
I would like to be able to script some things that are not exposed via arcgisscripting or ArcPy. How do I access ArcObjects from Python?
I need to use Python to create a great circle distance -- both a number, and preferably some kind of 'curve' that I can use to draw in a client-side map. I don't care about the format of the curve -- ...