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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 ...
You can achieve this without timely computations of viewshed. SUGGESTED WORKFLOW: Add geometry attributes and id’s to both houses (70 total) and towers (40 total): Spatially join towers to nodes (one to many, massive search radius) and concatenate their names into field FROMTO: Convert first couple of XY into points Convert second couple of XY into ...
Do you have any Python skills or Model Builder Skills? If not, now is a good time to learn because this is a great problem to solve with Python or Model Builder Iterators. Your labor will be worth the effort since you will end up with a reusable tool. Those wind farm folks change those tower location often! With looping, you will only need set the path to ...
Sounds like a spatial join would be helpful. Spatial join the bathymetry depths to each platform point. From here you can change the symbology of each platform and then your legend can represent what species is present for the different platforms. You can set the rules in the symbology tab to set breaks in the data to classify each platform a different ...
This Happened because layer offset and factor to convert…units Are different between image and DEM it draped over
The help file for the feature vertices to points tool states that all original fields are kept. If the unique ID in your polyline happens to be the FID or OBJECTID then that will be lost. So a simple solution is to add a new field call it "PID" for polyline ID and copy over the FID/OBJECTID in your polyline dataset before you explode it into the individual ...
A few days after posting this question I finally found the procedure the ESRI rep had mentioned. Here is the link https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=133a6dc35a5f45d094b73effa68fefcb It is not the best solution but it is available if need be.
I tend to export them as a movie format then embed that into the powerpoint. The .asa file is meaningless without the the original ArcScene document.
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