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We call them local business directory. There are several sites that constantly lists all business listing in an area. e.g. Yellow pages, Yelp, Craiglist etc. Some googled result is as below-- For Yellow pages see shot- 1. http://local-business-directory-review.toptenreviews.com/ 2. ...


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A very simple code that moves all points to the centroid of their respective polygons. Screw checking if they are correct or not to begin, says I. It sounds like it doesn't matter where the point falls as long as they're in the polygon. Just moving all the points should save time. And you'll have prettier looking data. The only wonkiness is that I perform ...


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Well, there very well may be a better method of doing this than comes readily to my mind, but, I do have some thoughts, so, here they are. First thing I would do is make sure you have some fields in your parcels with the X/Y centroid of the polygon, (making sure the point is actually within the polygon for odd-shaped/non-rectangular parcels). Optionally, ...


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The following (untested) code should do the trick. This first gets the geometry of the points and polygons into dictionaries, then uses the polygon dictionary with the contains method of the arcpy.Polygon to test if the correct point is inside it. If not it is added to a new dict and used to update the point geometry. import arcpy def ...


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SOLVED: I ran into this explanation: http://blogs.esri.com/esri/supportcenter/2010/10/29/haunted-by-geocoding-brew-up-something-new-with-9-3-1-locator-styles-in-10/ So I downloaded the locator styles from 9.3 and followed the instructions to add them. Then I created a 9.3 style locator, and it worked as a charm. I guess it's a 10.2.2 bug. Thank you all



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