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Another option to extract raster values to point shapefile is to use QGIS which is a free open source software. From plugin manager in QGIS download Plugin: Point sampling tool, which can extract multiple raster values to point shapefile similar to Extract Multi Values to Points which requires Spatial Analyst extension in ArcGIS. The tool works perfectly ...


ArcGIS TIN file is a proprietary file format that cannot be exported to other 3D TIN formats. At least not easily. In the past (up until version 9.x) there was Google extension that allowed to export TIN and other vector data to SKetchUp (then owned by Google). From SketchUp Pro you can then export to a other formats. If you are using ArcGIS 9.x and can ...


ArcToolbox>3D Features>Functional Surface>Interpolate Shape. Use your Tin and the point layer as your inputs... name an output file... contours not necessary for this.


This Esri whitepaper might get you started on the path to your answer: Or if you want Delaunay triangulation, you can try out this tool:


Turn on the 3D Graphics toolbar, adjust some of the default text graphics properties before you add a label so that it is added large enough to see/find. Select the 3D Text tool Use the 3D Text tool to click on the feature you want to label, and type in the label you wish to display. Adjust the label properties for orientation and size. I've created ...


An .asc file is also known as ESRI ASCII Raster format. The file header takes both xllcenter or xllcorner (and yllcenter or yllcorner) arguments, which represent the X coordinate of the origin by center or lower left corner of the cell, respectively. And you are correct, it is not possible to output with xllcenter and yllcenter. The Raster to ASCII tool ...

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