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Are the account administrator? If not, maybe your user role has been restricted to perform certain functions. http://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/administer/configure-roles.htm


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Python is all about combining many operations into one. In the script below, I iterate through feature classes in a workspace. For each, I iterate through a list of other feature classes to perform a near analysis on. I perform the near analysis, and with a little help of a dictionary as well as field calculate, I transfer the results into new fields. ...


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Many thanks, I am interested in the topic for a long time but I only knew a few applications in: Biological morphometric analysis in APPLICATION OF SPATIAL STATISTICS TO LATENT PRINT IDENTIFICATIONS: TOWARDS IMPROVED FORENSIC SCIENCE METHODOLOGIES with ArcGIS or A GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRIC APPROACH TO FINGERPRINT ANALYSIS, ... Archeology Computational ...


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Very interesting question! Found a couple more examples and included a brief quote and their citation (quite fun to see how GIS software can be used in completely nongeographical applications): LASER CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY AND GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN THE STUDY OF DENTAL MORPHOLOGY "...original specimens of Recent teeth can often be optically ...


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There are other applications in processing microscope images like the one from your example. A well known geospatial image processing software called eCognition was developed originally by Definiens - a company who does a lot of image processing in the medical and life science domain. See this older press release: ...


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The following is a rough outline of what you might do. I won't include a great deal of detail, you can research further using these terms and/or ask new more specific questions. Note: you will need to careful of coordinate systems. Firstly that they are the same for your datasets, and second that they use metric (metres) horizontal units (not actually ...



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