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One thing I have noticed (with both add-ins or custom script tools/PYT's) is that when ArcMap or Catalog load, it will instantiate the classes contained within these custom tools as the application is loaded. I do not think these start a new instance of the class when the tool is ran (unless you refresh the PYT), but maybe I am wrong. Haven't tested this ...


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You are not giving a whole lot of information here... What version of the ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap are you using? The latest version has seen some major improvements in terms of processing speed, and added much better multipolygon handling, meaning you get more accurate and better polygon output, close to what osm2pgsql achieves. Still, especially ...


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I would recommend using the "Summary Statistics" tool on Filtered_Fires with Muni_Code as your case field and COUNT of OBJECTID (and anything else you're interested in symbolizing on) as your statistics field(s). This will create a table that you can then join back to your municipalities.


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Here is how I typically debug/edit python files for python script tools in ArcMap (and how ESRI suggests doing it) First, set your editor (such as PythonWin or Wing) in Geoprocessing > Geoprocessing Options. Next, in the Catalog window, right-click your tool and click Edit. Geoprocessing doesn't read your script code until you click OK on the ...


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I would use ET GEOWOZARD. You can split by equal parts in this tool. This tool tracks attributes too. Or If you need just splitting by equal size the try the following code. import arcpy arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = 1 in_fc = r'C:\Users\USER_NAME\Documents\ArcGIS\centerline1.shp' out_fc = r'C:\Users\USER_NAME\Documents\ArcGIS\split_eq.shp' out_count = ...


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As @Adam, noted you cannot style the web service layers. However you may download the related year shapefiles from here: National Transportation Atlas Database


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That layer is an ArcGIS.com portal item (basically a web service), so you're unable to modify the symbology from how it is presented by ESRI.



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